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Old 09-18-2007, 10:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Future Mod thread

here is a thread to discuss your future modifications to your rig. either list up all your plans for your rig or discuss possible dreams you have for it! and no "Knight rider" ideas either Joe!

If you are still "on the fence" about something ask all your questions and then decide after the discussion is complete.
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To get things started.

I am planning:

4 link rear end with relocated gas tank and muffler
new seats from Hunsaker,
New fuel injectors for Super charger

Possible ideas:
rear fiberglass enclosure for stereo system in extended cab portion of cab.
possibly headers for engine.

If and when I ever buy a tow rig, I might do a flat bed
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I have always thought I wanted to solid axle my truck...........but the more I wheel it the more I realize that the IFS don't hold it back as much as people make it seem......plus in order to do it the way I want and keep it as low as I want it is gonna require alot of fab work and alot of money ( I don't want it all that much taller than it is now sitting on 37's)

So At this point I believe I am gonna finish building my IFS and wheel the crap out of it.......it works well for moderate trails.

For harder trails........I would like to build a Toyota based buggy........light........blown 3.4 for good power to weight ratio........built toy axles and 40's........I am thinking I will base it off my 4runner since I can't get rid of it

Of course this all will probly change tomorrow LOL
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37" with not much more lift? yea! I would say you would have some severe modifying to do!

But the truggy idea is doable, not sure if I would run 40's on toyota axles. I know toy axles are strong, but not much more than Dana 44's and I would never run 40's with my front axle, much less my rear Toy axle.

If you want good power to weight ration, consider a crawl box. might be better for you in the long run instead of the supercharger.
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Old 09-18-2007, 11:12 AM   #5 (permalink)
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-lift (going on this weekend)
-winch bumper +winch
-skids
-some new, bigger meats when the ATs wear down or I get antsy
-CB
-OBA +locker

I like what brinner did with his rear bumper, chopping off the lower bit. I'd like to do something to the rear someday down the road when I get a commuter car. I was actually bored last night and did a quick ms paint bed bob. what do you think?

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Me thinks I wouldn't be dragging ass all the time if something like that were to ever take place
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Old 09-18-2007, 11:22 AM   #6 (permalink)
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you forgot the mud flap removal mod!

when you say skids, do you mean sliders as well? I generally always recommend lift, sliders/protection and then onto the more fun stuff. But with out the tube protection, your truck will start showing the signs of the trail a lot sooner than later.

My dents on my truck didn't come until after I moved up here. so that means for the first 6 or so years my truck was dent free and looked good!

anyway, not sure if I am crazy about hacking the bed (bobbing) off a late model as yours is! must ponder that one for a while!
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sliders are on (had them at the Badlands). This is just an old picture.
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sorry, I forgot you had them already!my bad!
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Old 09-18-2007, 11:50 AM   #9 (permalink)
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I just remembered I had this list of things I want to do to the truck:

relocate rear axle/4 link
got this project started, got the fuel cell installed
replace fuel injectors with 305cc

install headers

install bead locks

install new rear bumper

replace seats

build fiberglass enclosure for rear seat

repair O2 sensor wiring

repair clock & cigarette lighter wiring.

install air horn

replace steering wheel

install wireless remote for winch
bought wireless, just need to install
replace CO2 tank in bed

re-plumb and add tank to On board air system

replace front springs

replace vinyl graphics (possibly repaint truck)
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37" with not much more lift? yea! I would say you would have some severe modifying to do!

But the truggy idea is doable, not sure if I would run 40's on toyota axles. I know toy axles are strong, but not much more than Dana 44's and I would never run 40's with my front axle, much less my rear Toy axle.

If you want good power to weight ration, consider a crawl box. might be better for you in the long run instead of the supercharger.

I know I can clear 37's with 6" lift no problem (I am not afraid of the sawzall).........If I do do a solid axle it will be full width front and rear (60 / 9 combo up front.......35 spline 9 out back)........if I can get away with less lift I will do it.

There are peolpe running built toy axles and 40's on lightweight buggy's all over........hell Kyle (atlroach) runs 40's on built toy axles under his 4runner with no issues..........if I do it i would want an fj80 rear and a highpinion third with a custom drivers side diff diamond front housing.........that way I can use the 3.4, auto, inchworm crawl box and the stronger Tacoma t-case (which is drivers drop).

The reason for the blower is cause I don't just wheel in the rocks.........for muddy hills and the sand you need some good old fashion horsepower.........plus it would just be fun


right now it is all just a pipe dream since I am completely broke but you have to have goals right?
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amp2001............that thing looks sweet with the bed bob photochop.........I 90% sure mine will be getting a similar treatment this winter.
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I thought Kyle was runnng 60/14 bolt set up.

With my 37"s I got all kinds of room but that is also because I sit a bit taller than most. But I still reach up and grab the fenders and sliders with them everytime I go out. I am getting ready to trim my rear fenders also, but I am waiting until I get the axle relocated so that I don't take more than I need out!

I can see where a blower would be fun…oh wait a second… I do know how much fun a blower is, I just remembered I already have one!

Like my mom used to always tell me, Dreams are cheap! Reality is expensive!
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Old 09-18-2007, 12:19 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I guess I am just not a big fan of bobbed beds. I know they are practical for wheel'n, but I also enjoy my bed for actually using the truck as a truck.

But to each their own, I am not going to tell anyone not to do something to their own rig! Well maybe, but not something as functional as a bobbed bed!
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nope.........he has an 80 series rear and a built minitruck front........I seen his rig this spring in tellico........that thing is badass
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I don't know where I got the idea he had the 60/14 combo then.
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If this ever happens.....I will pay for fuel.....someone drive up here and shove that Jeep up my a$$
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no, no, this is not a roll call thread! but believe me I am sure there are a few that would take you up on that offer! But i am first in line.
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no, no, this is not a roll call thread! but believe me I am sure there are a few that would take you up on that offer! But i am first in line.
I actually have a Jeep for sale....I have had it for 15 yrs.(my first4x4).I have been just using it for hunting season the past 10 yrs.....glass body,v8 3speed on 35 MTR's
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Well I can't be too hard on jeep owners, my buddy here in town, is in the middle of building his 78 cj up. the front is actually sitting up on the dana 60 axle with 40" pit bulls hanging off of it.

It is going to make my truck look tiny!
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Old 09-19-2007, 04:36 AM   #20 (permalink)
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sliders are getting ordered this weekend and down the road, locker then front bumper, winch and lift.
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Sounds like a plan, but there is no mention of the truggy project I figure we will just build your truck into the ultimate truggy…rockwells, Marlin's triple crawler, full cage, you know the works!
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gee, where to start:

sliders
staun internal beadlocks
chromoly shafts (F/R)
geared t-case
redo belly skid

gettin the sliders will be the priority, i just have to find time to cut the square tube.
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why the chromo shafts??

unless you are talking about after you swap in different axles.........with IFS you want to grenade the cv if you are gonna blow something......they are cheap and easy to fix........with the rear you are gonna blow the R+P way before you have to worry about a shaft.

Now if you swap in 60's well I can see why you would go with the chromo's
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gee, where to start:

gettin the sliders will be the priority, i just have to find time to cut the square tube.
GIT'R DONE!

off topic, well not really, do you have the tube for the sliders yet? If so and you want to bring it down this weekend, I am going to have Dave's welder for my gas tank project. I am sure we can work on both projects and make some big progress on your sliders. We just have to keep in mind that without a gas tank, I don't drive my truck to work on Monday
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why the chromo shafts??

unless you are talking about after you swap in different axles.........with IFS you want to grenade the cv if you are gonna blow something......they are cheap and easy to fix........with the rear you are gonna blow the R+P way before you have to worry about a shaft.

Now if you swap in 60's well I can see why you would go with the chromo's
I agree with this logic. you want your easiest and cheapest parts to be the weakest link in your drivetrain. Hell I think it is great news when I get out of my truck to find a hub blown! mine have life times on them so they are free to replace.

but when I blew my front gears, I was a little sick over that one! Cost me over $3 bills to repair and almost gernaded my front locker which would have really pissed me off at over $750 at the time!
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Install car seat, mount my sliders. Wire up my rear lights. Add belly skids.(im leaning towards the ones hoss has) then buy a dedicated sammy for trails I dont want to take the taco on. Oh ya, I supposed I should fix my trailer harness I tore off at some point.
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Are you getting a Simpson seat?

I always wanted to get one of those, they have the 5 point harness and everything! pretty cool!

I thought about getting a sami, but never did. ended up with an FJ and now my son is taking that one over! maybe some day I will have a truggy/crawler I can call my own and tear up on the trails!
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On the FZJ80....
Sell it, buy a 08 Taco Dcab or 08 FJ Cruiser or 04-06 Tundra Dcab or 01-04 Dcab Taco Then lift and drive to mall

On the FJ40....
mmmmmOrion Tcase, H41 Tranny, flip springs for wheelbase, rear bumper/tire carrier, fix my selenoids on 8274, Metaltech family cage and tube fenders,FJ62 axles, front locker
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I heard a long time ago, not to go the "FJ80" route. hell I didn't even know you had one! I would definitely bee looking at a tundra if I was you, but I just noticed you said >06. I want an 08 max cab, but then again my kids are taller than I am now so I need the extra room in the back seat more than you do.

I thought you were going to flip the 40's springs last year, you moving at grand pa pace again? Take a look at the cage in my build up photos, I am debating on selling it and constructing a new one. If so I might have that up for sell if you are interested. but it might not suit your needs, it has a bar across the tail gate as well as a bar behind the seats!

Definitely get the tube fenders for it! I saw those and decided that is definitely a mod I am doing to our FJ! those are awesome! but I am thinking instead of skinning them with the metal…getting some 1/4"-1/2" plexyglass! But then again I have these stupid brain farts from time to time so that may not be a good idea, still debating it amongst all the voices in my head.
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why the chromo shafts??

unless you are talking about after you swap in different axles.........with IFS you want to grenade the cv if you are gonna blow something......they are cheap and easy to fix........with the rear you are gonna blow the R+P way before you have to worry about a shaft.

Now if you swap in 60's well I can see why you would go with the chromo's

really? cause it was suggested that i would break shafts before i tore up the r&p. (that basically the Toy 8" is stout enough)
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