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1982* Toyota Pickup

Light rollover
Custom Bumpers
Custom Nerfs
A/C driven air compressor with 8 gal tank (integrated) >120psi in < 1 minute. Interior and exterior psi gauges.
Custom axle rap control device
22R(E) rebuilt by Toyota tech with all factory parts (40K miles)
Downey header
Custom 2 ¼" exhaust to rear
5 speed aluminum transmission from 1986
Centerforce clutch
1987 rear axle housing, brakes etc
IFS vented disc brakes in front
4:88 ring and pinion gears
Detroit solid in rear
Detroit Tru-track in front
Marlin dual transfer case -custom low-pro crossmember (2 T/C mounts)
Custom HD CV long-travel drivelines
Marlin birfield joints (gen II)
5 @ 35" BFG mud terrains
15" American Racing Outlaw aluminum wheels
Aluminum front wheel spacers -long studs.
Custom wiring for control of all lights (8), winch (stolen), compressor, and accessories. All with relays and magnetic reset fuses.
Marlin 'hi-steer' cross-over steering with HD tie rod and FJ80 ends
Doetsch tech and Rancho 9000 shocks
Custom shock towers front and rear for long travel
U-joint flip kit on both axles
2" body lift
Custom 5.5" leaf springs made by Alcan just for me. Rears are 4" longer, front pin is ½" forward. At least 12-14" of wheel travel.
Heavy duty long shackles and pins. Casters on rear shackle pins.
Much more not listed.

I bought this truck bone stock. I have put many years and way over $20K making it perfect. I have all hardware receipts. Every part has been perfectly maintained; no short cuts. After the light rollover, I realized that I rarely use it anymore and do not have the time to do the necessary body work to bring it back to perfection. It's in perfect mechanical shape; we did Pritchard Canyon (easy) the day after the accident. It would make a nice buggy.

$4500 FIRM. Patrick 303-518-3518 -Denver, CO
$.50/mile to deliver
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