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4x4 conversion

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by Vang Toua Moua, Sep 8, 2011.

  1. derekabraham

    derekabraham Living vicariously through everybody

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    You just said money is not a problem.......but you said you can't pay for a new 4x4?


    If you really want a 4x4, sell your current Tacoma and get a used 4x4...
     
  2. jandrews

    jandrews Carolina Alliance Southwest Region Ambassador

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    Cost to convert to 6 lug 4x4 would probably be less than a front and rear SAS.

    If you want a stock looking 2gen 4x4, sell your current truck and buy one.

    Edit: And stop fucking talking about wanting mommy and daddy to buy you a vehicle when you graduate from college. Earn your own shit.
     
  3. Vang Toua Moua

    Vang Toua Moua [OP] Well-Known Member

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    lmfao, yes yes i know. well i was just saying they would of n they should of. its ok if i get stuck ill just use a tractor to get my ass out. lol. yeah money aint a problem, i just dont get it continuosly every month like the rest of you folks, i get it wen i work for it. plus saving money aint my thing. well i thought they would too being that they all look alike just different set up in shocks.
     
  4. xodeuce

    xodeuce mmmmmmbourbon.

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    No, I mean in your parts list you left out the transfer case. If you don't have that, it's gonna be kinda tough to get a front driveshaft somewhere to "plug in" to.
     
  5. aficianado

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    you type all fucked up on purpose? your responses are difficult to read. if i read it outloud, i sound retarded.

    i have lost track of what you are even asking about..!!

    sell your truck and buy a nissan 4x4 frontier. those guys have an awesome bbs!!
     
  6. G scott04

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  7. Vang Toua Moua

    Vang Toua Moua [OP] Well-Known Member

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    wooo there buddy, to much to say, dontch think? lol. i dont even know if im gonna be able to upgrade my truck any more. just found out yesterday my fiance is pregnant. my money mite be goin elsewhere for now.
     
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