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1st Gen Lunchtable Thread - General Discussion

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

  1. Jan 24, 2020 at 12:16 PM
    BartMaster1234

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    hahaha haven't forgotten. you did say you weren't in a rush. I still need to find a suitable box for these things, they are huge lights. then again, i'm probably just overthinking it - just a damn box.
     
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    just like the snorkel

    although, looking at the other image they included in the product details -

    [​IMG]

    WTF. lol
     
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    So I finally replaced the clunky one this morning...and the clunking is finally gone

    It was a greasable Daystar poly bushing kit in there, and I just replaced it with another (new) one that I've had sitting around for awhile

    The old ones I took out looked just fine, I was half expecting they'd be cracked or something. Only thing I can figure is that they were clunking because for the first several months I was putting the wrong kind of grease in them (black moly grease).

    The new ones I installed with a generous helping of Energy Suspension silicone grease and they don't make a peep now, so I'm guessing that was the issue...wrong kind of grease. Make sure to use PTFE silicone grease on your poly bushings and they should be ok.

    Next time I redo my leaf springs though I'm going to start off with rubber bushings from the get go

    Also tightened up my ebrake finally, cable was looser than a 5 peso hooker. Didn't get around to doing the cv axle, wife had to run some errands so I'm on baby duty this afternoon
     
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    Engine art!
     
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    Well the Rav4 is back in action. $4k later...

    Also, even though the vehicle doesnt need a chip key to start and run, they had to have the original OEM key to program the new ECU. Any insight on why that is @Empty_Lord?

    The original key stopped unlocking the doors, so my sister quit using it. Thank God my dad stashed it in his tool box, otherwise we wouldve forked out for a new key from Toyota.
     
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    Then I'll be able to hang my tactical stocking :cool:
     
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    I should invest in a paint booth.

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    The keyless didn’t work?
     
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    The cap is mine for the tundra.

    $220
     
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    Nice

    Did it come with the harness? Also what was the harness for, the light?
     
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    The key we had made at homedepot wouldnt work for them while they were getting the ecm programmed. The OEM (non chip to my knowledge) worked fine.
     
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    buckmaster243

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    Got the transmission all out back in last night thanks to the help from @Speedytech7

    Took it for a small test drive today after work and she ran good!
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  19. Jan 24, 2020 at 2:59 PM
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    Those are my favorite stock wheels. If I could find a 16” set from a 4Runner I might put them back on.
     
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  20. Jan 24, 2020 at 3:18 PM
    buckmaster243

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    I’ll keep a eye out. My favorite are the 5 spoke off of a 3rd gen 4runner. Not counting the newer pro wheels that is.
     
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