for next time someone asks about swappin in a 5spd. Parts list for going 4cylauto to 5spd: 1 5spd fly wheel, clutch, bearing hub, master/slave cyllender, hydraulic lines (don't go to a yard $7.00 w/o rust in 'em from toyota), pedal assembly, 2 about 1.5" 17mm bolts, 5spd t-case crossmember, 1 4" piece of wire w/ a spade connector on each end (you can put a switch on it if you feel like riggin some security in). the 5spd looks about 1" shorter than the auto my rear d/shaft still looks fine though, i haven't put the front one on yet cause i'm tired. like i said, it's an easy swap. If a highschool kid (an above average one) w/ hand tools can do it by himself so can you! :flipoff2:
Shit, it must be working off of my cache... But, yeah, you get more from search than just asking to be spoon fed.Since the post above didn't work.
Well, that was where I went wrong...A preist, a 3 footed aardvark, and a blender full of tacks and bleach to put your codsack in while you are working on your truck.
It's always the little stuff that screws you up.Well, that was where I went wrong...
I used a four-footed aardvark that was three feet long while listening to Thelonious Monk instead of having the priest on hand...
Whoa there, you left out the left handed, heat treated ACME doomaflatchie joint...Hmm lets see.... 5 speed tranny, flywheel, pilot bushing, clutch set, master and slave cylinders, hydraulic lines for said cylinders, brake/clutch pedal set.... :shaking:
No, the pregnant midget actually requires a wiccan midwife with a one-eyed black cat named Azrail.So, does the pregnant midget replace the priest or the aardvark and how does that work for you with that replacement? Would you use a midget again or stick with priests and aardvarks?