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PreRunner to 4x4 Build

Discussion in '1st Gen. Builds' started by bellassaiw10, Feb 19, 2013.

  1. bellassaiw10

    bellassaiw10 [OP] Formally afroman5015

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  2. bellassaiw10

    bellassaiw10 [OP] Formally afroman5015

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    Tested the lights afterward to make sure there wasn't any problems with my beam pattern. Extremely happy with these and ready to get em mounted
     
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    bellassaiw10 [OP] Formally afroman5015

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    Update: got my retros completed for the 3rd time. Went with D2S 3.0s with CBIs. Stayed with Gatlin Gun Shrouds and did the LED method for the demon eye since you can't just pull the lenses off of the 3.0s and paint the internals. Love the 3.0s great output.
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    Now for the Output Shots. All pictures were shot with an iPhone 5 so it doesn't even do justice. Stop sign is about 109 yds. Tree line is 120 yds.

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  4. bellassaiw10

    bellassaiw10 [OP] Formally afroman5015

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    Hit a milestone this weekend :D
     
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    bellassaiw10 [OP] Formally afroman5015

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    bellassaiw10 [OP] Formally afroman5015

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    Developed some vibes when I'm braking... Need help addressing the issue haha.

    1. Had vibes at 48 mph dropped the carrier bearing a little and those went away.

    2. Recently after the drop I've noticed another vibe while I'm braking.... Feels like the whole truck is shaking

    3. Isn't as bad in 4wd but still noticeable. Don't think it's the rotors or pads because it doesn't pull and I can't feel it in the steering wheel directly.

    My guess is it's definetly the driveline. Gonna order a new CB, and probably axle shims instead of washers for the drop. Could it possibly be my steering rack bushings also ?

    Anybody have these issues, I would search but I'm on my cellphone
     
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    somethinboutayota Dorthy left Kansas for a reason

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    Back when I had my ford Ranger we resolved the issue by replacing the wheel bearings, my tacoma also did this for a short period of time and I figured out it was because my LBJ's were going bad
     
  8. bellassaiw10

    bellassaiw10 [OP] Formally afroman5015

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    Yeapp gonna jack it up and check all of that soon as I get home
     
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    bellassaiw10 [OP] Formally afroman5015

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    Everything was nice and tight. Oddly enough it rained it's ass off today and the vibes were way less when the truck was wet.... WTF
     
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    7069 procomp, indash dvd, kicker 10', kicker amp mounted behind backseat, spray in bedliner, Cree LED headlights, 20 in. Lightbar on bumper, 5100's, Eibachs, ToyTec AAL, Gorilla lug nuts, shorty antenna, LED reverse bulbs, hella black magic 500s, tube bumper, bedrack w/ fiskars x27 axe, shovel, hi lift, allpro 1.5' spacers, allpro rear bumper, allpro 80" sliders, JBA Catback Exhaust, Deck Plate Mod
    old topic. but for your 4wd conversion you just used an electric ADD? how much wiring is involved in that?
     
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    bellassaiw10 [OP] Formally afroman5015

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    Perfectly on topic, but at first I just did a simple on-off-on toggle switch then wired it to the pins on the diff. I've since just applied 12vs and locked the diff permantely
     
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    Alright that doesn't seem to hard. I wanted to go manual hubs but a good deal on ADD stuff fell in my lap so I think I will take it. Is there a write up on the wiring anywhere? And I like the idea of a rocker switch to toggle the diff.
     
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    I've got one on my laptop but I'm in SD for the Army at the moment but I'll send me to you when I get back
     
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    Hey thanks man I owe you one big time. There isn't a whole lot of info on this out there.. From what I'm seeing most people are going the manual hub route
     
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    It's really not as complicated as it seems haha I was over thinking it way too much
     
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    hey man what front bumper are you running?
     
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    It's an Elite Off Road bumper.
     
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    bellassaiw10 [OP] Formally afroman5015

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    Yeah its an Elite

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    Reason for truck mod delays ;)
     
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    Thanx guys. I'm trying to figure out which is going to be better. Elite or relentless. Btw your retro fit looks dope! I want to try a retro fit once I get all my suspension and armor taken care of.
     
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    bellassaiw10 [OP] Formally afroman5015

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    I personally like Elite better but production is at a stand still currently. Thanks man retros are definitely a good mod to do!
     
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