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1st Gen Lunchtable Thread - General Discussion

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas (1995-2004)' started by Speedytech7, May 31, 2018.

  1. Jun 28, 2021 at 12:11 PM
    Wulf

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    No joke, the weeds that constitute my yard are growing like crazy.

    I gotta get a new mower
     
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    Some new deeps showed up.
    Trying the Tektons. Good luck with their torques, so figured why not.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Land Cruiser is at 28years and 227k and the old R12 system is still great. I have cans of R12 for if it ever decides not to be great, but I think because R12 is a larger molecule and more efficient (runs at lower pressure) it's not stressed much. Helps that I put an AUX fan on the AC condenser too
     
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    We have more expensive vehicles, but to see a Wrangler at nearly $80k with minimal options...

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    God damn....
     
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    And you can almost guarantee it breaking down with under 100k miles.
     
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    BBBBUT ITS GOT A HEMI BORTHR GOBBLES
     
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    I've done a mod or two
    Did you ever get some aluminum bolts?
     
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    I'm trying to figure out the exact M8 bolt I need, not sure on the thread pitch. I brought along one of the rivnuts to the local store to test them when I bought the last set, so I need to go back and see which they were before I order them. For now the black oxide ones have turned into a nice rusty orange

    edit - looking up how to determine the pitch, I guess I could just measure it off one of the bolts I have
     
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  13. Jun 28, 2021 at 1:09 PM
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    Rust orange is just a new shade of red, youre good.
     
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    How about titanium

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    $40 for 8, no thanks.





    Red it is

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    ^^ those aren't m8 though
     
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    Sweeet
     
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    I run a 50mm 0rise stem with a 800mm wide 20mm rise bar and it works for me on my bike geometry. I had swapped out from a 70mm stem and a 725 bar with 20mm rise.
    Made me feel more upright when i pedal and more stable.

    things you can also play with your stem stack height, seat hight angle and position, rotation of the bar which are all free things you can do to try and get it fitted perfectly to you

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    mountain bikers need all the bling
     
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    yup yup.

    Already got the seat placed pretty well for leg geometry and the handlebars are adjusted to be as high as possible but I find myself leaning forward more than I'd like.

    It doesn't help that I'm a bit tall for a L bike frame. That said when I ride XL bikes for hours I have to adjust those things and still end up wanting to replace some components for better ergos too.

    Another thing is tires. I have a Goodyear MTB pattern tire on the rear and a Kenda XC style tire on the front. I'm thinking about picking up a new tire for the rear and moving the rear tire to the front so I have more traction up front
     
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    :rofl:

    perfect timing
     
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