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Old 04-23-2015, 05:57 PM   #1
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Timmay's 83 Toyota

I never posted any pics along time ago. Phase one in my 83 long bed Toyota was 4:88's 4" pro crap springs. Detroit Locker in the rear bumpers sliders. G52 trans from a 85 duel stock cases. 35" Goodyear mud terrains. Daily drive for 4 years. Sorry no pics.

Phase 2 ruf 150's in the rear. Drop hanger longer shackles. PSC hydro assist. Budbuilt trac bar. Ifs rear axle with full float conversion with 83 brakes. Front 83 axle trussed gussetted longs locked ifs hubs with 98 4Runner brakes and rotors. Marlin high steer. 5:29's rebuilt 22r with lce stand alone wire harness. Also installed some marlin 4:70 transfer case gears. Also put some suspension seats and an internal cage.




Now it's time for phase 3. Full hydro low steer dodge king pin 60 eaton 14 bolt in back welded front and rear with 4.56 gears. Trading out the 2nd gen ruf for longer 3rd gen rears. Pushing the front axle even farther forward. still need to order shocks. Taking out the smashed stock tank and putting a fuel cell in the bed. Replaced the broken stock motor mounts. With some trail gear motor mounts. I got a sweet deal on. Bought some new trail ready 17's and some used 39 bfg stickies.





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Old 04-23-2015, 09:05 PM   #2
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Old 04-24-2015, 05:10 AM   #3
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Love the bobbed Lwb ... I need to do that to mine
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Old 04-24-2015, 04:14 PM   #5
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Bobbing the bed was the first mod I ever did to this truck. Back when it was rolling on 235/75/15 street tires

I took out 14 inches.
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Dave made up some mounts for the front shocks.

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Old 12-02-2015, 07:56 PM   #7
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Still need to mount the resiviors and do the rear shocks
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Looking good Tim. Whats all left to finish?
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Where'd you get those axles from? Wonder if it's the set I had once upon a time.
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They could be. I can't remember his name. But it was a guy in dickenson he was gonna put them in his blazer. He has his own air conditioning company.
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Still need to mount rear shocks. Put fuel cell in the bed run a return line.Make a mount for the trac bar. Then trans tunnel
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Will this be out wheeling this year?
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Hopefully. I'm gonna get on Dave about it. After he's done with King of the hammers. I need to get a new fuel pump. Dave was using it to block his gate. He thought I ran out of gas. After checking it out. Found out the pump went out.
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Do you guys think 3500$ is a good deal?

I have for sale a complete motor, trans, and transfer case that was in my 1985 chevy truck, the vehicle was involved in accident so I am parting every thing out. The motor is a 5.3L vortec with a cam upgrade long tube headers and stand alone harness, Trans is a 4L65 that has 2000 miles on rebuild and a 2200rpm stall converter. Transfer case is a 241c that was resealed and gone through same time as the trans. I am including everything to make it run, perfect swap for any project it is a really solid and fast combo that I hate to get rid of but I have to many other projects to finish. Also includes Aeromotive in tank fuel pump, fuel lines, 6 month old optima battery, 2005 chevy truck radiator with dual electric fans, any ac components needed, motor and trans mounts, speedometer drive that converts electric signal into a mechanical driven speedometer.
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Are you planning on running the 241c t-case? I would say its not that good of a deal. The headers aren't going to work (you would have to sell and get something else). Radiator wouldn't fit up front in your truck.

5.3ls are a dime a dozen on Craigslist and are cheap. A cam isn't that expensive. A harness can be had for $100, then have it trimmed down and the computer reflashed for another $300. If you could get him down to around $2500 then I would say its a good deal.
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