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Old 11-27-2011, 04:19 PM   #1
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Ntydog13 86 pickup build

figured its about time i do one of these

truck was originally purchased brand new by my father in 85. he drove it until about 1994 when he loaned it to one of his buddies and the buddy blew the engine. in 2006 we started a restoration after it sitting for 10+ years. went through almost the whole thing. brand new engine block straight from toyota with mostly brand new parts all along the way. my dad balanced and blue printed the engine himself. band new paint back in 2007. seats totally redone carpet professionally cleaned the whole 9 yards. rocked it that way for about a year then started to get some more money in my pockets and descided to put some money into the truck.

closest picture i have to stock


first purchase which i still regret to this day a shit ass light bar cause i liked the looks


little bit later got a bolt on bumper


then purchased slider and found a set of 31x10.5s on craiglist



rocked it this way for a bit then i wasnt happy with the performance so i got the lc engineering power pack and installed that


during the process hit 200,000 miles


rocked it this way for quite awhile and found tacomaworld and the real off roading began.

almost lost it on a cliff once but toyota power to the rescue. only casualty was the bumper got ripped off. i was fine with that



heading out to pismo with the so cal guys


got tired of the stock suspension so i bought a parts truck



fender got bent from ripping the bumper off so i swaped to fiber glass off of my parts truck and had a new bumper put on


now im starting the process of putting a total chaos gen 2 kit on which will be installed this next weekend


have everything minus shocks for the rear waiting for a deal to come up on some 2.5 bypasses and then the rear end will be done as well.

future: cab cage that ties into bed cage
regear
suspension bucket seats and 4 point harnesses
and as we all dream a supercharger
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Old 12-01-2011, 03:07 PM   #2
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the gen 2 kit and t100 axels showed up yesterday. getting installed this weekend
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Old 12-11-2011, 09:22 PM   #3
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saw this truck at barstow this weekend mob around and its now making me want an older pickup to long travel instead of building my truck further

can't wait to see the rear get built keep an eye out for those shocks!!
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Old 12-13-2011, 11:04 PM   #4
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Sucked it up and bought bump stops and my bypasses yesterday and today now just gotta order the cans for my bumps and it will be set to go into dirtydangler again
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Old 11-25-2012, 02:12 PM   #5
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Realized its been almost a year since I updated this
Post front lt install





Then got the rear lt installed




Testing out the full lt in pismo

Stock front skid post pismo


Rebuilt the engine and installed lc engineering dual row timing chain kit


Added a led bar on the top of the bed cage


Soon to be future mods
Bypasses up front

Fiberglass bedsides


Some action shots



And lastly my drive way when I owned the three on the left. Back down to just the blue truck
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Old 12-31-2012, 07:15 AM   #6
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Nice build man. Really enjoyed reading through it. A d its nice to know that someone elss is also building an old yota
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Old 01-01-2013, 08:06 PM   #7
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Thanks! Ya its nice to pull up to meets and stand out in the crowd. Ur build was pretty good too lots of changes
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Old 01-02-2013, 01:17 PM   #8
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Thanks man. How do you like your rear cage? I noticed you have the back part of whats usually the inside the cab out. Me and my buddy are thinking about doing something similar
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Since its been another 6 months another update is in order
Bedsides have been installed



Went to pismo


Picked up a brand new race radio


Regeared rear locker and bumped up to 33x12.5s


Picked up some devil horns


Now stripping the interior for it to get caged starting this weekend as well as get front bypasses mounted



After it gets back from getting caged its going in to fix a crack in the roof and replace severely cracked core support and get repainted so all body pannels will match again havnt descided color yet. Then after that back to the fabricator for spare tire carrier/rear bumper then hopefully by the end of the year engine swap to a 5vzfe
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Oh and played jeep for the first time a few weeks ago



and picked up a daily driver for when the truck is being worked on. Had to stick with Toyota. 2000 toyota celica gts
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Truck is currently getting caged, lower skid, and spare tire carrier. Pics when complete
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Love the truck, reminds me so much of our farm truck that got burnt same truck except xtra cab, same color too with the retro stickers. I don't have any pics of it before or after it burnt but may it rest in peace sure do miss it
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Not sure if i missed it but who built your bedcage? I'm LT'ing my rear this summer and I like the design of your bedcage, clean truck BTW
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Not sure if i missed it but who built your bedcage? I'm LT'ing my rear this summer and I like the design of your bedcage, clean truck BTW
Thanks. Dirtydangler has done all the fabrication work on it
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