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New to the Tacoma World... have a few ??'s about my 95' Tacoma

Discussion in '4 Cylinder' started by drewski82183, Oct 11, 2009.

  1. Oct 11, 2009 at 9:43 AM

    drewski82183 [OP] Tacoma 1st Timer

    Oct 11, 2009
    First Name:
    Richmond, Tx
    95 Tacoma Single Cab 4x4
    6" Fabtech Lift, 17x10" Diamo 17 Karat's wrapped in 37x12.50 MTR's
    I am proud to say I am the owner of a big 95' Tacoma... I'll add pics of it as soon as I can... I actually traded a bigger Chevy 1/2 ton for it... I needed something I could rely on more than the other truck... I noticed a few things about the truck that I had questions about, but even the previous owner really couldnt answer them so I figured that I would come to ya'll to get some good help.

    Since I got it, the front axles have been bad... I believe its because he installed a 6" Fabtech lift on it and didnt do the differential drop on it (read that in your forums)... I will be doing that soon to correct that problem.. I would have to say my biggest problem is in the manual gear box... I have a lot of play when in gear... Typically its a linkage problem, but I didnt seem to see any linkage, so it wasnt as easy for me to fix as I thought it would be. Has anyone experienced this problem and fixed it before? If so, how? I have no problem getting in gear... even with 37x12.50's on it I can still keep up with traffic and not drive the truck hard... I shift at 3 grand most of the time and have no issues keeping up... I just think I have far too much gear play and it makes me feel a little uncomfortable..

    Also, with the new wheels and tires I got I had a problem with clearance... Not with fenders or anything, but with the upper A arm.. I KNOW they are big tires... the tires on my full size Chevy were only an inch taller, and it was WAY bigger than my Tacoma... What would be the cheapest/easiest way to fix this problem? Buying new rims and tires is out of the question... I was thinking spacers, but with spacers my hubs will sit a little far in and will be pretty difficult to lock in when it comes time to have fun... is there a way to get a hub that is longer so they stick out enough to reach? I had 16.5x10"s on it and they were wrapped in 35x12.50" BFG AT KO's... but I wanted a good mud terrain so went up a size in rims... I know there is a way to make it all work, but Im so flustered with it right now that I cant think straight... I just need some help!!
  2. Oct 11, 2009 at 9:48 AM

    dhurley Well-Known Member

    May 30, 2009
    First Name:
    Colorado Springs, CO
    04 Double Cab TRD SR5 V6
    TRD, Snugtop Super-Sport, bedliner, receiver hitch, alarm mod, deck plate mod, AFE Pro-Dry S, Saddleman camo seat covers, TW decal, grey wire mod w/switch, DRL, LED cupholder mod, Dynomax Super Turbo, aux back-up lights, Devil Horns by Andres, "blue plug" mod for 2LO, shorty antenna, Pro Comp fog & driving lights, receiver shackle, 15% tint front windows, stainless nerf bars, Ultra Gauge, diff breather mod
    Welcome to TW! :D I'm not a suspension guy, but there are lots of people on here who are. They should be able to help you. Post pics when you can.
  3. Oct 11, 2009 at 10:00 AM

    tacoman101 Well-Known Member

    Jul 11, 2009
    First Name:
    2001 Tacoma sr5 xtra cab 4wd
    blue led headlights, 285/75/16 grabber AT2's, custom pedals, custom shifter, flowmaster 40 series muffler, bedlinered fender flares, 2.5" lift kit via shackles and spacers, custom exhaust out the back, chrome exhaust tip, and Herculined bed, Weathertech floormats, Cabelas Trail Gear Camo Seat Covers ... Nice thing was I got the truck for $4000
    yea pics would be great:D

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