MF-1089 Dual Cylinder compressor (dual cyl version of the famous MV-50) (From LROF)
Spartan Toyota 8" 4 Cylinder locker (From LROF)
$100 Summit Gift Card
$50 Toytec Gift Card
Shirts from the event as well as Yukon Gear
LowRangeOffRoad Coffe Mug
The compressor will be put to good use, as I seem to keep failing my MV-50's...heat kills them. Most recently I had both fail in my dual set-up. If I watch it and run them up in steps they do fine. Next may be a thermal sensor and relay to allow the compressors to switch off when getting hot...but this system is getting silly complicated now..
With the MF-1089, I will have the luxury of duals, but in the space of a single compressor. This will allow me to get my moisture seperator in the system to avoid getting the lockers "wet" and the problems that come with that.
I also have a set of 5 brand new 37/12.5/17 KM2's sitting at home waiting to be fitted as well, but really want to go beadlocks this time around. So now I am between a set of steelies and welding up some DIY (wont be the first time) or getting some bling Raceline Monster Beadlock Alloy Wheels, as they are on sale right now for a great price too...
Then I need to start destroying my wheel wells (whats left of them) and get these things fitted.
So...my 35's will be for sale soon so stay tuned! (5-35/12.5/17 MTR Yellow Labels)
What would you guys recommend, going to an Aussie locker up front or 35's? Last time out I got kinda pissed I couldn't run some stuff that I feel like I would have made on either 35's or a front locker. I know both are going to kill cv's but a front locker is a hell of a lot cheaper...
right now im just making a thread so when i think of something i need to do i can write it down. at some point ill put up pics of my truck and such.
so far i need to:
weld ram mounts on the axle
drill out 6 shooter arms to 3/4"
run lines for p/s and mount ram
make a reservoir since the...
Saturday began with a 2 1/2" hr. drive to Avon, IN to see the Bear! The day began by removing the stock driver door of the truck:
Since the striker assembly was already made up, we started by making the hinge plates. Then all we had to do was fill in between!
After filling the tube with wet...
It may take me a year or two to complete.....but im starting the :saw: :welder: thread .......... the :saw: :welder: thread for what? well when i post pics tomorrow......you'll understand. Be afraid.........be vvveeerrrryyy afraid........cause i know i am.
Got a new to me truck that's probably familiar around here so I'm giddy to go out and shake it down..
Need to cut that awful front bumper off and cut some goofy extensions off the rear before it's ready to wheel but it's got all the good stuff. Tacoma width sky's housing, longs, psc hydro...