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post #31 of 43 Old 09-28-2010, 07:06 PM
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Every post in this thread asking a question should be removed by a mod. Questions and browsing for something is what the hundreds of threads are for, below the header threads. This should be strictly for adding diy tips and tricks of mods on your truck to help with other members looking to do something similar. I read this feeling like i was reading another junk thread that doesnt go anywhere. first half page was good and then
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if im not mistaken, that guy is on crack, and i thought you were pointing that out. aha
no not crack, he is on meth, how else would he be able to do a sas in a few hours,
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Did a little mod today that others might be interested in,
Well, when i got my truck, the window handles were broken off, the thing that turns with your hand. so i replaced the whole thing, and broke two more sets since ive owned the truck. SOOOOO i did this.

Just drilled out the center and used an allen head bolt with a shallow nut on the back end, probably best to use a nylon lock nut, and dont tighten it all the way so it still rotates.


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DIY (Sequoia )Steering Bushing thread

Steering Bushing? Thousand dollars to fix?

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i have an 89 pickup sunroof and i'm wondering how i would go about installing it into an 91 toyota pickup
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Oh yeah and you don't have to drop the steering wheel to pull dash out...it problably makes it easier but i have dont it without droping steering wheel
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I know 5&1/4" speakers fit in the fronts of the tool boxes under the back seats of a ext can. I got pics of the final product. Don't know how to post, but would love to show if you wanted then up. I just drilled it the holes with a roto zip, filed the edges, ran the wire under the carpet and mounted them. Hardest part is matching the hole to the screws. Other than that farley easy for a little increase of sound. Total cost ~80 bucks. I got infinity speakers, cheaper depending on the brand.
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Repair panels for 89 hilux 4wd

Hey all. I have had my 89 hilux for a few years. Rebuilt 3.0 v6 manual. I love it! Its in really good shape but its starting to rust on the drivers door and above the exhaust. Have looked around for repair panels but cant seem to find them. I was hoping someone here could help. Your info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Accidentally put previous post this in the wrong forum. My bad.
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I have a 1993 toyota pickup. Would either a cressida or a mk2 supra digital dash fit/work in my truck?
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hi
if orginal toyota radio you need to remove glove box and speak shroud on passenger side. then pull radio control knobs off. two nuts on front of radio need be removed. then radio is moved towards engine bulk head and removed when control stalks clear holes in metal plate. as for fitting newer radio/stereo you will need a conversion lead to convert to iso plug. also metal plate will have to be cut to allow fitting of newer unit.
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