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1990 Toyota P/U Build

Discussion in 'Other Builds' started by 90YotaPU, Mar 16, 2013.

  1. 90YotaPU

    90YotaPU [OP] The Messiah

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    First Name:
    Mike
    Union County, NJ
    Vehicle:
    1990 Toyota 4x4 (Pre-Taco)
    Aftermarket Stereo, 10 Disc CD Changer, Cap, Spidertrax Wheel Spacers, HF Air Horns, 3" Lift
    Due to recently getting a company car and having a little one on the way, I was being bothered by my Tacoma sitting in the driveway not getting used and just depreciating in value, I recently sold my 2010 Tacoma and picked up a 1990 Toyota Pickup. Always loved the look of the old school Yotas and wanted one.

    Here it is the day I picked it up:
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    Truck Details:
    - 255k miles on Truck
    - V6 (Replaced at 200k)
    - Automatic Trans (Replaced at 200k)
    - Kenwood Headunit with 10 Disc CD Changer
    - Cap (May be removed shortly).
    - Interior: Immaculate. Looks like it was never sat in.
    - Exterior. No body damage. Minor rust which I will take care of shortly.

    I've got many ideas that I'm kicking around:
    - Put a 2" AAL on the back end to level it out. Right now with the cap and worn out leafs, I feel like I'm driving around up hill all the time.
    - Remove the cap and put a 4" lift all around on.
    - Replace existing wheels with American Outlaws.
    - Replace existing tires with M/T's (possibly TreadWrights). Existing tires are brand new 31x10.5 A/T's that the previous owner put on.
    - Replace rear bumper with tube bumper.
    - Install CB radio.
     
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