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    Toyota Truggy

    Can you post non-Jeep builds on here? Either way....

    I owned a Jeep for a long time built a 99 with a front 44 and rear 8.8. Ran 37 inch tires for a while and decided it was time for a change. I sold the Jeep about a year ago and began building this about 5 months ago.

    I'll let the shyt pictures tell the story.




















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    ha ha kewl decals lol! seriously nice lookin job so far. what r u gonna use for the power plant?
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    Bad ass, I wish you were in toronto I would love to have a close up look!

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    And some more pictures.

    D60's front and rear.
    Custom 4 link
    Locked
    Doubler
    Hydro steer blah blah blah!
    Stickers...etc...

    Gonna stick with the stock 3.4 for now. Double up the T-cases and twin stick. It's gonna be a trailer queen.







    Last edited by monkmonk; 08-26-2010 at 11:40 AM.

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    Nice ride ,looks great

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    3 link front, or 4 link with track bar? It's hard to tell without seeing the back of the front 60, but it looks like 4-link. Do you get much binding with the track bar? It looks like the uppers might be triangulated a bit.

    Wish I had your welding skills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kunker View Post
    3 link front, or 4 link with track bar? It's hard to tell without seeing the back of the front 60, but it looks like 4-link. Do you get much binding with the track bar? It looks like the uppers might be triangulated a bit.

    Wish I had your welding skills.
    Four link slightly triangulated with a trackbar. I cycled it without the shocks and it appears to be free of binding. I did the same suspension on my old Jeep and it worked like a charm.

    As for the welding skills.....lol.... thanks but you should aim a little higher. I'm not very good yet. Getting better but not there yet.

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    looks like your a little hi on the heat but i've seen a lot worse from the pro's

    ---------- Post added at 08:44 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:43 PM ----------

    good welding though

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    Finally got it on the tires. Still lots of work to do yet but I had to see what was like on all fours.




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    you got some skills dude. nice work thanks for taking the time to post up some pics

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    Real nice. Where did you get the front axle mounts bent/braked? Makes a real clean finishing touch.
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    Sweet taco! I'm about to start an '84 Toyota build. Thanks for the insparation.
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