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Calling all 1st Gen Tacos with 4cylinders!!! -We need some help!

Discussion in 'CBI Off-Road Fab' started by CBI Offroad Fab, Jan 5, 2013.

  1. Jan 5, 2013 at 10:46 AM
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    CBI Offroad Fab

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    Okay guys we are after some measurements off of a 1st generation Tacoma with a 4 cylinder. Preferably automatic but I want to take both so a manual trans will also do.

    Please give us measurements of the following below. A picture would be really helpful too!

    I will send a CBI hat to the two that are the best in helping us out! Here is what we need:


    • Distance between the cross member that holds up the transmission and the cross member that holds up the one carrier bearing.
    a. Basically between each weld on the frame

    • The distance between the top of the frame and the lowest point of the floor pan from the same area above.
    Much thanks to you all!!!


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  2. Jan 7, 2013 at 6:23 AM
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    CBI Offroad Fab

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    Come on 1st gen guys! Just an FYI this thread is also posted on TTORA.
     
  3. Jan 7, 2013 at 6:55 AM
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    snoope

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    Nathan,

    Good morning ....On my '02....2.7 4 cyl., automatic...

    1) distance from outside of member One to member Two- 45"

    2) distance inside of M-1 to M-2 36-1/2"

    3) lowest part of floor pan is just above lines..just above frame rail.. 1"


    pic #1 is M-2 holds carrier bearing
    pic #2 is M-1 holds trans
    pic #3 bottom of floor along driver side frame rail
    pic #4 top of m-2 towards M-1
    pic #5 floor pan and frame rail/driver side in front of M-2
    pic #6 lowest point of floor pan drivers side frame rail before M-2

    Dam I have to get under there and touch up with paint now...THANKS :)

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  4. Jan 25, 2013 at 10:59 AM
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    snoope

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    Thank you Nathan,

    Package arrived..

    You now have your youngest "CBI fan" :cool:

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  5. Oct 28, 2013 at 10:06 AM
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    BamaToy1997

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    Multi-point tow hooks, new bored 2.7L engine, custom paint. 3 inch adjustable Fabtech front coils, 2.5 inch rear AAL. Front Aussie locker. LED bed lights. Full LED conversion interior and exterior. Relentless Fabrication front and rear bumpers. 4X4innovation sliders. BAMF bed rack. CVT rooftop tent.
    I see this was a while back, but if you ever need any other information for a 1997 4cyl, 4X4 Manual trans Tacoma, just let me know.
     
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