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1st Gen Lunchtable Thread - General Discussion

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

  1. Aug 1, 2021 at 5:42 PM
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    The trail cam was a huge help. I've got some pictures of how it works. I added weight to the rear and used the hand break when easing down the steps so the front wheels wouldn't try to dig in and cause weight to transfer to the front. Think like landing an airplane on the rear wheels and letting the front touch down after the pilot has control on the ground via tear brakes.
     
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    Oh I like Apple I just don't like the prices now for what I get, but too much of my work is basically Mac based its just life and I've been on em since the late 90s, can't complain though. The quality control issues I've had have all been PC based. Companies seem to pump out too many friggin models and can't get their shit together on tighter manufacturing. I run Linux on the side though, so my old laptops and desktops eventually turn into that. I love my old 11" Macbook Air on Ubuntu right now. If Adobe and a few other software companies supported Linux it would be a game changer.
     
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    Well done. Smooth moves in the heavy 100. I think because of the photos I've always seen it just seems so sketchy, while also looking very much worth it.
     
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    Know what's funny, the off road community is so willing and able to help others when in need yet, that same mentality isn't shared at all by many Jeep owners.

    Awesome you had extra parts and were able to help someone.
     
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    They'll just do their cute wave as they drive by
     
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    Guess who’s going in for a 3rd alignment ASAP.


    Roasting the bigger knobs on these tires
     
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    Nice overcast night though D630476E-6D25-4DD9-B0C3-F58966F23BD8.jpg
     
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    @Kwikvette

    3rd gen 4Runners are the sheetz up here. Don't let that one get away.


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    Having a good trip so far?
     
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    That really sucks, i hate when it's that bad and you can watch your tires melt away
     
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    Watched them melt with the last 18 hours.

    dropped off at a new shop, gonna take both alignment sheets to the old one and let them know.

    if the new one can get it
     
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    I have bad positive camber on the 99 and I can see my chinese mud terrains burning away. I do have a spacer on my coilover that came on the truck. But I was able to get at least a decent alignment on my 04 with OME 882/nitrochargers and no upper control arms. A shop was able to align it properly before the front clip replacement so I blame firestone.
     
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    Hopefully they can. With a bad rack my truck didn't hold a good alignment but the smaller shop could fudge it to the point i didn't notice crazy wear patterns
     
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    I don’t think it’s the rack, I think it’s just lazy techs.

    at least that’s what everyone on here has said, nothing seized and everything has new bushings so idk

    and it’s not lifted too much
     
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