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I can see why it will only cost you $500 now.
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Because i already have most of the parts and metal to do the swap
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That truck drove up and down the road everyday and hit every mud hole it found for two years never broke are had any problem so say what you want it was done right for mud and road
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That front spring hanger looks weak, the drag link angle looks horrible, those leafs can't ride good with that much arch, I don't get it. Oh and where's the front drive shaft? Don't need shocks in the mud and on road? The 9" blocks in the rear are a nice touch though.

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Weak thats 1/4 steel them are 12 inch full size chevy superlift springs front drive shaft was in my buddies truck at the time and not all of us have a pocket full of money to build these trucks blocks work great for what i did with the truck so while you spend all your money i save mine and still have as much fun with my trucks
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Im thinking we are getting trolled, and just need to let this play out
Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding!


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Yeah, well, I'm just glad I snagged a few Spector cans before EPA converted them to Sphincters
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Im thinking we are getting trolled, and just need to let this play out
Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding!



and about those "free" parts and shop supplies...hmm, the owner of said shop might have something to say about that.

Nothing is free, sorry.

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Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding!

I'm gonna need more of this.

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Yall are all so damn negtive just cauae yall have to spend money to pay people to build your trucks dont hate on me
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Yall are all so damn negtive just cauae yall have to spend money to pay people to build your trucks dont hate on me
No, actually its because several of us here have been around since Robert did the first Tacoma swap and have been following things closely ever since.

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Do you have any shots of the rear suspension?

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No it was a 3/4 ton 6 lug. It had 3/4 ton stock chevy springs on 8 inch steel blocks with ladder bars this was my toy i hunted and played in the mud with it but it drove like a car i did not trailer this truck

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Best i have of rear

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My thoughts from the the start of this thread lol

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Say what you want I'll have my Tacoma sas and won't spend tons of money
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Say what you want I'll have my Tacoma sas and won't spend tons of money

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You try texting at 60 mph driving a semi loaded.
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You try texting at 60 mph driving a semi loaded.
Well, it looks like this problem should solve itself shortly.

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Update i got oil pan 92 yota steering box and steering shaft and rear leaf spring shackels today free thank you billy
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:lol: a oil pan from a 92 pickup for your v6 Tacoma?

O this is too good

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:lol: a oil pan from a 92 pickup for your v6 Tacoma?

O this is too good
oil pan, 92 steering box.

I hope he got more than must a T100 pan, however...just the pan won't quite cut it.

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3.0 oil pan. there are so many of you on here that are so negtive. How many of yall talking crap can even build a truck. I see a lot of yall buying kit and paying people to put them on.
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You can build it for cheap because you are obviously the shit.

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3.0 oil pan. there are so many of you on here that are so negtive. How many of yall talking crap can even build a truck. I see a lot of yall buying kit and paying people to put them on.
if you dont like whats being said then why keep posting here? There are plenty of other forums that may be receptive of your plan and your intended application. Plenty of people build their own rigs and with proper saving and planning they can choose to buy nicer parts.

I guess thats my way of saying stop being butthurt and GTFO!

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