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Old 05-03-2017, 09:57 PM   #426 (permalink)
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Do you like that shifter setup on your D300? I'm thinking of buying one. That's the advanced adapter one right?
I have not ran it yet but it seemed pretty decent.
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Old 05-04-2017, 08:16 AM   #427 (permalink)
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So I gotta get my steering figured out and was looking at this pump....

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Old 05-04-2017, 09:22 AM   #428 (permalink)
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A recommendation. Brace the top of the cell. Yours maybe better built. I have seen 2 like that split the weld on the top during a hard roll. It can make a bad problem really bad.
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Old 05-04-2017, 09:32 AM   #429 (permalink)
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A recommendation. Brace the top of the cell. Yours maybe better built. I have seen 2 like that split the weld on the top during a hard roll. It can make a bad problem really bad.
That cell is braced more than enough. And it's not a cheap ass RCI, this is crashbuilt
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Old 05-04-2017, 09:46 AM   #430 (permalink)
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A recommendation. Brace the top of the cell. Yours maybe better built. I have seen 2 like that split the weld on the top during a hard roll. It can make a bad problem really bad.
That thought did cross my mind and it is something that I can add pretty easily but with the center support and the good thick welds I think it should be ok. The cells that you speak of I have seen fail too and they have no center support....
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Old 05-07-2017, 11:19 PM   #431 (permalink)
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So I got the Y pipe made and it turned out WAY better than I would have thought it would.
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Its DAMN tight but fits nicely.
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Old 05-07-2017, 11:25 PM   #433 (permalink)
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Now its time to make this fawker fit,lol...
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Old 05-07-2017, 11:30 PM   #434 (permalink)
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So since the drivetrain is all poly mounted I didn't want rubber mounts on the exhaust that would let it flop around. So I have a ton of these poly inserts but they are an oddball size so I had to machine 2mm off them for the closest material I had.
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Old 05-07-2017, 11:35 PM   #435 (permalink)
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Somehow I got everything to fit. So I used 2" tubing (as you can see by the driveshaft clearance I had to run 2"). Now the beauty of doing 2" and its 16 gauge tubing it fits nicely in my die for my bender so I was able to give it some small bends. It worked perfect.
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Old 05-07-2017, 11:38 PM   #436 (permalink)
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So I will be bouncing around on the rig until another batch of parts show up.

But I got the rear tail plate cut and mounted and holes for the new lights. These are 3 way lights (park/brake/backup)
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Dumb question, but will the heat from the exhaust not cook those poly mounts?
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Dumb question, but will the heat from the exhaust not cook those poly mounts?

Nooe....
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I was going to criticize your dust blower tail pipe, but then I remember you probably have no idea what dust is
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I was going to criticize your dust blower tail pipe, but then I remember you probably have no idea what dust is
We have some of the worse dust over east--know it all to well

Ya not really sure of the tailpipe yet but then again it is sitting at full bump and looks a lil odd and low.
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I bought a builders kit on Amazon... Almost hate to admit how much I enjoyed piecing together exhaust for the tacoma's. Very odd sense of satisfaction. Course... Mine had to be painted to hide the fugliness...
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We have some of the worse dust over east--know it all to well

Ya not really sure of the tailpipe yet but then again it is sitting at full bump and looks a lil odd and low.
Anytime I'm behind someone on the trail with exhaust that points down I want to ram them out of the way.....
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Anytime I'm behind someone on the trail with exhaust that points down I want to ram them out of the way.....

So you're more of a smoke stack outaa the bed kinda guy?
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I bought a builders kit on Amazon... Almost hate to admit how much I enjoyed piecing together exhaust for the tacoma's. Very odd sense of satisfaction. Course... Mine had to be painted to hide the fugliness...
I thought for sure mine was going to be a nasty mess,lol...
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Ya not really sure of the tailpipe yet
I agree. Looks like a rockfish hook.
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I decided to change it up a bit since I am waiting for more parts to arrive so I decided to get the tranny and fuel lines ran. I have always been a huge fan of secured lines with zero rub points.
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Next I made the fuel filter mount that also incorporates a holding fixture for the lines. I chose to put it where it was serviceable without tearing the car apart to access it.
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Your work is insanely clean! Very jealous of your patience and attention to detail. How does every part on this thing look polished??? Nice job as usual, love the updates.. oh yeah and I beat ya looking forward to running Reiter one day with you. Couple buddies drove up a few weeks ago and had a great time
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