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Old 12-11-2009, 09:14 AM   #26 (permalink)
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total vehicle weight (GVW) x "C" = "F"
You're probably wanting the curb weight not the gross weight. Also ATAN on most calculators will be represented by TAN^−1.
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You're probably wanting the curb weight not the gross weight. Also ATAN on most calculators will be represented by TAN^−1.
Actually, that formula is strait out of a race manual. It does, for that equation, ask for the gross weight. It is the GVW, not the GVWR. So, one would have to weigh the vehicle with a full tank of fuel and all the fluids full. The COG is more precise if you were sitting in the vehicle, so you can figure out your breaking angle. This will allow you to know exactly how far over you can be, before you end up on your lid.
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I have fallen way behind on updating the FAQ with all the fixes and additions in my PM box. As soon as school is done I will be completing another round of work on the FAQ. Thank you to all who have contributed and advised me of issues
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Old 04-03-2010, 04:24 PM   #29 (permalink)
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Axle info - Toyota

I could not find this info in the FAQ though it would be good to add.

FJ40-45 axles are 57" front, 56" rear.
FJ60-62 are 60".
FJ80s are 63.5".
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Also there used to be a link that showed tons of engine, tranny and bellhousing swap and and interchange info in here. It was dead at one time and I posted about it then someone posted a good link up now I dont see it in the FAQ
Finally found it again. Tons of swap info in here related to toyotas. http://www.jeeps-offroad.com/showthread.php?t=4740
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Old 06-20-2010, 04:54 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Haven't seen this on here and if it is I apologize. Deleting the factory toyota straight axle brake backing plate. Instead of paying $20 for an eliminator kit just remove the plate, drill out the spot welds and seperate the two parts. Pictured is what is left, I forgot to take pics of the part that goes back onto the axle. The holes are not clean in the picture because my bit was slightly to small and I just finished the job off with some pliers. Hope this is helpful to someone.


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Budget shock options, multiple lengths, including part numbers that can be picked up at any local auto parts store.

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I have a 1993 toyota t100 that will not turn over i have put a new starter in it. it is getting power everywherer but will not turn over i had the starter tected and it passed. i bumped started it and it will not rev up with out cutting out. What could be wrong with it?
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I have a 1993 toyota t100 that will not turn over i have put a new starter in it. it is getting power everywherer but will not turn over i had the starter tected and it passed. i bumped started it and it will not rev up with out cutting out. What could be wrong with it?
And you thought this was the right spot to post this? You're a fawkin tard.
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Old 09-04-2010, 09:55 PM   #35 (permalink)
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Haven't seen this on here and if it is I apologize. Deleting the factory toyota straight axle brake backing plate. Instead of paying $20 for an eliminator kit just remove the plate, drill out the spot welds and seperate the two parts. Pictured is what is left, I forgot to take pics of the part that goes back onto the axle. The holes are not clean in the picture because my bit was slightly to small and I just finished the job off with some pliers. Hope this is helpful to someone.



I did the exact same thing and it worked perfect and didn't need to spend the extra $ for the eliminator kit. This works well and saves a few $
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Old 10-11-2010, 06:01 PM   #36 (permalink)
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Some flat belly ideas

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Old 11-04-2010, 09:50 AM   #37 (permalink)
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this thread need a drawing of all the rear disc brake brackets so people can cut the own!
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OBDI Code link seems to be dead and didn't see another one there.
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Old 12-25-2010, 03:25 PM   #39 (permalink)
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Didnt see any links to wireing diagrams...
http://www.autozone.com/autozone/rep...00c1528004d6fd
Service manual
http://www.ncttora.com/fsm/87-4Runne...4runner_88.pdf

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Old 01-11-2011, 10:55 AM   #40 (permalink)
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auto to 5 speed swap with a 22re...

The only modifications you need to do are;

1. Drill hole in the fire wall for the clutch master.

2. Add clutch line. the autos are missing a weld on bracket where the hard line meets the flex line. I cut one off a truck and bolted it on.

2. Use a 5 speed pedal bracket and pedals (can modify auto ones)

3.Cut hole in transmission tunnel for shifters

4. Mount boots for shifters

5. Use 5 speed transmission mount (its different) (crossmember is the same)

6. Jump the neutral saftey switch


Aside from thats its just unbolting and bolting it.
I would also recomend removing the computer for the transmission as the at oil temp light will be on, on the dashboard.
You can also repin the harness at the gauge cluster to use a 5 speed cluster with the volt gauge instead on the ect lights. Don't ask me how. look in the FSM for an 87 or 88 and you can figure it out. (its not in the 85 fsm)

On an 85, the computer has 3 extra wires coming out of the main computer for automatic. The engine computers are the same between auto and 5 speed, so if you are really concerned you can just depin the wires from the engine computer so they arn't doing anything. Although it dosen't make a difference.

Driveshafts will be slightly different lenghts from auto to 5 speed but you can use what ever you have.

Thats about it.
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didnt see it in here, is the 96+ 4cyl engines the same bolt pattern as the older 4cyl? buddy converting a 97 4cyl 5spd 2x4 toy over to 4x4 and wants to use his existing 84 transmission dual cases, will the bell housing bolt up to the 97 4cyl? should he use the flywheel and clutch out of the 2x4 or the 4x4?
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Old 02-04-2011, 06:24 PM   #42 (permalink)
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toyota reduction case with a dana 300, seems to be a nice combination! adapters here...
http://www.ottindustries.com/dana300.htm
http://www.advanceadapters.com/products/pn-50-5915/
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Didn't see this in the FAQ. Ford fuel tank swaps.


https://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showt...light=gas+tank
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Bulb burnt out or missing and don't feel like relying on parts store guys to give you the right one? Sylvania's lamp replacement guide:

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I'd like to see a DIY info section on flip kits.
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Old 04-22-2011, 11:07 AM   #46 (permalink)
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EFI System Trouble codes

The older Toyota fuel injection systems are analog systems based on Bosch L-jetronic.
Around the mid-80's the Toyota TCCS took over, it is a (8031/8051)
microcontroller based digital system using in-chip ROM.
That means there is no separate ROM chip which could easily be
read and replaced for tuning purposes...
Later versions use more powerful microcontrollers.
The TCCS systems use L-jetronic, MAP, hot-wire and vortex
type air flow meters depending on application.

OBDI Toyota EFI trouble codes:
http://www.off-road.com/toyota/tech/codes/

OBDII Toyota EFI trouble codes:
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http://www.yotatech.com/showthread.php?t=76363



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you can order larger wheel cylinders for your solid rear axle with drums. stock 86-95 is 7/8 1996 4runner with 15" wheels is 15/16 and with 16"wheels is 1". bolt on and go. this sytle 4runner uses the same shoes and drums, just larger wheel cylinders.
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The link for rebuilding front axle doesn't work anymore. Not sure if anyone has posted this yet but here's a full FSM.

Axle starts at page 570 I believe.

http://www.functionalfab.com/resourc...%204runner.pdf
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Here is a fixed link for a great SR5 gauge swap page:

http://siestaoffroad.com/clustertech.html
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