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1700OW's 4x4 conversion build

Discussion in '1st Gen. Builds' started by 1700OW, May 6, 2011.

  1. May 6, 2011 at 1:49 PM
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    1700OW

    1700OW [OP] Well-Known Member

    Joined:
    Apr 14, 2011
    Member:
    #54928
    Messages:
    132
    Gender:
    Male
    Vehicle:
    PreRunner to be converted to 4x4
    ..I have a list of many things.
    Pictures later! I left my camera the girlfriends house.

    It starting out as a 2003 Tacoma TRD OR.

    List for 4x4 conversion:
    • Transmission
      Transfer Case
      00-03Tundra CV Axles
      Aisin Manual Hubs
      Front Diff- Possibly from a 00-03 Tundra
      Driveshafts


    ** If anyone could keep their eyes open for some of this stuff FOR CHEAP that would be greatly appreciated!!!! :cool:

    The plan is to turn this 2003 Tacoma TRD OR into a civilized King of the Hammers truck. Its going to have a mild Long Travel setup and then have the IFS capability for the rocks. I'm going to be designing and fabbing my own control arms (And maybe spindle). I'm still going to utilize the PreRunner hubs and spindles.

    Other odds and ends:
    • Bed cage
      Bilstein shocks for the rear
      Fox for the front
      Tube bumpers (soon- making my own)
      Sliders with kickout(soon-making my own)

    Things the truck has now:
    • 3"R/4"F Glassworks LT fenders
      285/75/16 Hankook DynaPro MTs
      Spray painted wheels
      Blinker mod
      Tinted tails
      Pioneer Headunit
      3" spacer lift with stock suspension--Not gonna stay on there too much longer anyway:)

    Just little things to keep my mod bug under control;)

    I'll keep updating this (especially with pictures) as much as possible.



    UPDATE (05/06/11) : 63" Chevy leaf springs with a double shackles.






    Thanks for looking!! 1700OW
     
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