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1st Gen Lunchtable Thread - General Discussion

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

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    Sperrunner

    Sperrunner Respect the International Dibs Law

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    I wonder if he fills them with the kong treats to stiffen it when needed
     
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    what road Apprentice of the Derp

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  4. Nov 7, 2021 at 10:25 AM
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    Did not realize how thicc these bolts were until i started working to make them fit. Pain in my ass, ate my batteries already.

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    Why not just block the stock bumps?
     
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    It's all in the drill bit

    And proper footwear :anonymous:
     
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    Das it mang

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    Shits like 1/4 inch steel, takes a min to go through it with a power tool regardless lol. Did get a new set on sale and they were Minty

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    treyus30

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    Ya those are shit

    Get a decent set of steppers, you can go through 1/4" in 30 seconds and it won't wear out if you mind the heat.
     
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    Push behind the bit enough and it gets the job done :luvya:
     
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    Also helps if you have a drill press and punch to do the top piece first. More direct force, no wander, not battery powered lol
    But that probably should have been done by the fabricator :boink::D
     
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    Needa do some homework


    But really don’t wanna
     
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    y'all ruthless today lmaoo
     
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    I told him I don't have a 1st Gen :luvya:

    Don't know how far forward/back he'd need holes, not to mention the underside of the bed and what's below it.

    A hand drill, the right bits, and fluid will make quick work though.
     
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    I know just enough about drywall to know that is awful. :laughing:
     
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    Nice!

    Its those joysticks that end up giving the ghost.
     
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    Das it mang

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    Almost done with one side, ears are ringing. Break and recharge time again

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    I've done a mod or two
    I think you might have dull bits from using them wrong, that should have taken like max 15 secs per hole
     

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