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I FINALLY got it installed!

After having it sitting in my garage since the first week of August 05 I finally got this installed.


I've got it clocked at 30 degrees, you do this by selecting which holes you want to use on the adapter plate for the crawler, you can achieve this MULTIPLE ways, I chose the simplest way, the crawler goes in at zero degrees or "straight" up and down, since clocking it did not provide any clearance at all.


So after choosing the holes and clocking setting you then plug up all the unused holes as per instructions on Inchworm's site.

I chose to then just go with the 30 degrees clocking position for the transfercase and it worked well with my 2 inch body lift. Without it one would have to pound a bit more than I did for certain, but it is doable.

Now, I really like the products I've gotten from Brian at Front Range Off Road, he is a stand up man of character and has solid business practices, and since my other transfer case crossmember was so STOUT, I called him and told him I need one that clocked, he said I don't have one as of now, let me call you in a couple days. 2 days later I got the auto cad drawings of what he designed and a week later he sent me this......

It comes in 3 pieces and requires some trimming of excess metal which you can only determine after you know how much clocking you are or are not gonna do and the exhaust location in relation to the whole finished install. The crossmember is very versatile.
Here it is installed......

A minor bit of grinding/clearancing for exhaust. ( pic is with temp autozone exhaust fixer pipe )


Here you can see directly in the top center the shifter for the crawler and down the left and back a bit you can make out the transfer case shifter in its clocked position 30 degrees away from where it used to be.


So,..... now that I have all that new clearance, about 3.75 more inches of it as I did lift my drive train up about 1" higher when I mounted my crossmember, I needed something to protect all the nice soft aluminum. To do this I employed Justin, the guy who built my bumper, and he came up with a great skid that is about .25" below the drive stuff so as not to rub and only hangs below the frame about 1.25-1.5 inches. As you can see here I am almost completely flat.


Here is the skid......

Nice flush counter sunk allen head screws for no snagging.
It has several gusset arms on the inside to stiffen it up after cutting the hole for drive shaft movement and access to the flange for removal. It is made of 3/16ths as 1/4 would have weighed way too much, it is very solid and stiff. Since I had some serious dents and a bulge and bend in my frame, we went ahead and plated the underside and most of the inside of the frame. I have also procured over the last couple months some new rims, that at this time are way too shiny and in need of some rock rash and dirt and corrosion to de-bling them. They are 17x10's. I also decided to try some 40" Irok radials, oh what a joy it is to not be riding on the street anymore on flat spot riddled SX's. There are much skinnier than I like but they are nice and if I don't have a ton of rubbing issues, I'll probably stick with this size.
Here is one copared to a 37" Irock radial to give you and idea of just how TALL they are and as stated, disappointingly skinnier than my 37x12.5 I used to run.


Notice how nothing hangs below the frame?! Oh what a GOOD DEAL!

Truck specs:2001 D-cab Taco with solid axle conversion, front and rear 65" wide Diamond axles, Tundra 8 inch rear w/ARB, H.P. front w/ARB 30 spline Long's, full floating rear from FROR and blah blah blah, IE lots-a cool stuff.

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Everything looks REALLY nice.....

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The thing that has been my thorn in the side issue with this has been the dog gone 2 cats Toyota put on 01 and up models, the second cat was dead center where the new crossmember would be when moving everything back with the crawler in. Had I had the bigger single cat that is farther up front it would have been great, I moved the cat and the sensor forward and got check engine lights every couple days. I moved just the sensor back to where it was and got the light again. I reset it again, bought premium and put it some super concentrated fuel injector cleaner on the next 2 tanks, and so far, 13 days, it has not come back on. Other than that it was a typical install with the " oh dang we did not think of that stuff " that came up and little things that were easy to deal with. I am not sure what my final crawl ratio is , since I don't know what the gear ratio in an auto tranny are, but I went with 2.28 stock gears in the crawl box, an when I put on the brake it flexes open my rear springs before it stops. lol
I think it would be better just a TINY bit lower, but they don't make 2.9-3.2 gear sets, as I think any lower would be too low.

Truck specs:2001 D-cab Taco with solid axle conversion, front and rear 65" wide Diamond axles, Tundra 8 inch rear w/ARB, H.P. front w/ARB 30 spline Long's, full floating rear from FROR and blah blah blah, IE lots-a cool stuff.

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Everything looks REALLY nice.....

I am jealous.....
Thanks Andy.

Truck specs:2001 D-cab Taco with solid axle conversion, front and rear 65" wide Diamond axles, Tundra 8 inch rear w/ARB, H.P. front w/ARB 30 spline Long's, full floating rear from FROR and blah blah blah, IE lots-a cool stuff.

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Ya I love brians work , im loving my tcase crossmember ! looks great

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Damn Kirk! Your truck is sick! 40" IROK Radials, I'm jealous for sure Why didn't you go for steel wheels instead of aluminums?

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coolio!

you could have gone lower, LOL Jim just put a crawler with 5.9s in his new Runner project truck...22r with AT. He took me for a ride and can stop it with no problem

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random question:
with everything clocked...how do you fill/replace tcase fluids?

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random question:
with everything clocked...how do you fill/replace tcase fluids?
I have an added fill plug in mine


I don't know what Kirk did

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Damn Kirk! Your truck is sick! 40" IROK Radials, I'm jealous for sure Why didn't you go for steel wheels instead of aluminums?
Weight, I only get 11-13 mpg is it is now, so any weight to shed is sought, plus I have as of yet to see any steel wheels that I like enough for me, and my taste, not to impugn others who like what they have, I just don't want what is avail on my truck. Plus I've had great results with Aluminum wheels, they seem to have less balancing issues.

Truck specs:2001 D-cab Taco with solid axle conversion, front and rear 65" wide Diamond axles, Tundra 8 inch rear w/ARB, H.P. front w/ARB 30 spline Long's, full floating rear from FROR and blah blah blah, IE lots-a cool stuff.

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Well with mobile one in there, I figure every 1.5-2 years of having to remove the console to fill thru the top plate is no big deal, but I may opt for a fill hole like Chris someday.

Truck specs:2001 D-cab Taco with solid axle conversion, front and rear 65" wide Diamond axles, Tundra 8 inch rear w/ARB, H.P. front w/ARB 30 spline Long's, full floating rear from FROR and blah blah blah, IE lots-a cool stuff.

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coolio!

you could have gone lower, LOL Jim just put a crawler with 5.9s in his new Runner project truck...22r with AT. He took me for a ride and can stop it with no problem
Yeah, but that is a 22r, VS my V-6, it already OPENS up my leafs when I stop because of the torque. I don't leave it in drive for long when stopped.

Truck specs:2001 D-cab Taco with solid axle conversion, front and rear 65" wide Diamond axles, Tundra 8 inch rear w/ARB, H.P. front w/ARB 30 spline Long's, full floating rear from FROR and blah blah blah, IE lots-a cool stuff.

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Yeah, but that is a 22r, VS my V-6, it already OPENS up my leafs when I stop because of the torque. I don't leave it in drive for long when stopped.
yea, we need to see one in a v6 truck I think he went ahead and put the 5.9s in the runner hoping to prove that 4.7s would be fine with an AT Tacoma v6. now all he needs is another guinea pig, LOL Tim Kemp was gonna get one but funding dried up

ditto on the ebrake question from Brian...what did you do?

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What did you end up doing with your e-brake? Get rid of it when you went disk?
Brian's full floater kit comes with Supra brakes that have an E-brake attach point on them. I have holes drilled to mount the mount farther back on the frame and I'm gonna use inline wire clamp splice dealies, ( yes that is their technical name ) to hook it back up. I had to do the same thing to extend my lines in the back since my axle was wider and the lines were too short. I'll post pics when I get it done.

Truck specs:2001 D-cab Taco with solid axle conversion, front and rear 65" wide Diamond axles, Tundra 8 inch rear w/ARB, H.P. front w/ARB 30 spline Long's, full floating rear from FROR and blah blah blah, IE lots-a cool stuff.

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Brian's full floater kit comes with Supra brakes that have an E-brake attach point on them. I have holes drilled to mount the mount farther back on the frame and I'm gonna use inline wire clamp splice dealies, ( yes that is their technical name ) to hook it back up. I had to do the same thing to extend my lines in the back since my axle was wider and the lines were too short. I'll post pics when I get it done.
Did Brian's full floater kit come complete? Just curious for when I decide to go FF on my Diamond

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Did Brian's full floater kit come complete? Just curious for when I decide to go FF on my Diamond
Yes, he sells a complete kit, as always call and talk to him and tell him what you want and how much work you do or don't want to do and he'll send what you need.
BTW, congrats on the new rear housing.

Truck specs:2001 D-cab Taco with solid axle conversion, front and rear 65" wide Diamond axles, Tundra 8 inch rear w/ARB, H.P. front w/ARB 30 spline Long's, full floating rear from FROR and blah blah blah, IE lots-a cool stuff.

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Why didn't you go for steel wheels instead of aluminums?
I just replaced my steel wheels with aluminum. The steel wheels are twice as heavy and while the steelies rode pretty smooth when they were new, after dragging them across rocks repeatedly they didn't ride so smooth anymore. Kirk has been bashing his aluminum wheels as much as I did my steelies and his tires always rode smooth.

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Looks great Kirk. Yeah those tires are skinny, but I like them on your truck with the wider axles.... I am sure you have noticed and it has allready been discussed but I like the pic of your truck in the 4Wheel and Sport Utility mag, I think that was the one. Any way looking good bud.

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I just replaced my steel wheels with aluminum. The steel wheels are twice as heavy and while the steelies rode pretty smooth when they were new, after dragging them across rocks repeatedly they didn't ride so smooth anymore. Kirk has been bashing his aluminum wheels as much as I did my steelies and his tires always rode smooth.

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I think the Al takes a lot more punishment than steel while retaining integrity. but if you really slam the Al wheel to the point it cracks... at least steel will get you off the trail.

ah, trade-offs

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You guys have me convinced LOL
of what? that you're going back to IFS and stock alloys?

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Can you post the link to the instructions on the inchworm site? When I did mine there wheren't any so I did a writeup on it, and jim said he would put it on the site. Just curious if he used mine, I looked, but didn't find it. You made a good choice. They are a great company.



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was your truck in 4wd and sport utility mag im sure i saw it in there wheeling with other tacomas somewhere in California

by the way diamond axle is the way to go
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Can you post the link to the instructions on the inchworm site? When I did mine there wheren't any so I did a writeup on it, and jim said he would put it on the site. Just curious if he used mine, I looked, but didn't find it. You made a good choice. They are a great company.
I bought this last year and he sent me links to private pages with instructions that were new and not yet followed. During the install there were some "problems" with the instructions and he is aware of them and is supposed to make the corrections, but being in buz for yourself often keeps stuff like that on the to do list for quite a while.

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was your truck in 4wd and sport utility mag im sure i saw it in there wheeling with other tacomas somewhere in California

by the way diamond axle is the way to go
Yes it was, we were on the Dusy run last Aug. when that was taken, and my crawler was at home waiting for me to put it in.

Truck specs:2001 D-cab Taco with solid axle conversion, front and rear 65" wide Diamond axles, Tundra 8 inch rear w/ARB, H.P. front w/ARB 30 spline Long's, full floating rear from FROR and blah blah blah, IE lots-a cool stuff.

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Can you post the link to the instructions on the inchworm site? When I did mine there wheren't any so I did a writeup on it, and jim said he would put it on the site. Just curious if he used mine, I looked, but didn't find it. You made a good choice. They are a great company.
did you get my PM? your writeup isn't in the FAQ section but the title is

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