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Old 12-29-2008, 03:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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New 1990 toyota 4x4 with pics.

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i <3 3rd gen single cabs. How much did you pay for it? Looks clean from the outside!
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I paid $3,000 for it. And it very clean on the inside and outside.

The only thing I do not like about it. Is that it has Manual steering.

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Looks very clean. What are the plans for it?
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Looks very clean. What are the plans for it?
Plans are #1 mud tires #2 locker(s) #3 Paint the truck the paint where the paint is a little rough #3 Do the power steering mod install #4 install a lift lift to clear some 33's Do the power steering mod #5 maybe do a SAS. I will have to see how I like ifs first.





EDIT:If I do 33's I will also do 4.88's.
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were it me, I'd probably do PS, lift, lockers & regear, tires then paint...
you'll really want PS to turn 33's
you won't fit 33's well without a lift... what type of lift BTW- body or suspension?...
if you're gonna do lockers you should simultaneously regear more appropriate for 33's
and there's no point in doing mud tires now if you're going to be changing them soon.
just my opinion though. sounds like you've got an idea of what you want to do so that's a good start.
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very nice find, looks great!




Nissan chrome steely's?
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great looking truck, i really love the 3rd gen single cabs.
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were it me, I'd probably do PS, lift, lockers & regear, tires then paint...
you'll really want PS to turn 33's
you won't fit 33's well without a lift... what type of lift BTW- body or suspension?...
if you're gonna do lockers you should simultaneously regear more appropriate for 33's
and there's no point in doing mud tires now if you're going to be changing them soon.
just my opinion though. sounds like you've got an idea of what you want to do so that's a good start.
I odds are it's going to suspension lift. But that is going to be years down the road.

I am going to do mud tires now. Because It's going to be a bit before I buy some 33's. To tell you the truth I do not know if I will do 33's. For the type of wheeling I do I think 31's would be fine. But 33's would be nice.

I will be doing at least 1 locker maybe 2. I wheeled my 83 with open diffs and it sucked. I leaned the hard way that you need a least 1 locker.
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very nice find, looks great!




Nissan chrome steely's?
Is that what they are?

I thought they where American Racing wheels......I guess you can't always go by the center caps.
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hah, no power steering gets old...Trust me...


What part of cali you in..?


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Is that what they are?

I thought they where American Racing wheels......I guess you can't always go by the center caps.
center caps?

the back look open, and the fronts just have the shroud like thing over your hubs you can pickup anywhere...

I had the same on my old rims... I ditched em; they just collected too much mud and crap in them, they served me no purpose...

but mine were also all scratched and rusted up, yer look sthparkely!



and they just look the same as all the stock Nissan 6-lugs I've seen, I dunno, I could definately be wrong
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I am in the Santa Cruz area. How about you?
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the back look open, and the fronts just have the shroud like thing over your hubs you can pickup anywhere...

I had the same on my old rims... I ditched em; they just collected too much mud and crap in them, they served me no purpose...

but mine were also all scratched and rusted up, yer look sthparkely!



and they just look the same as all the stock Nissan 6-lugs I've seen, I dunno, I could definately be wrong

There is a center cap on the driver side rear. And it said American racing.
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There is a center cap on the driver side rear. And it said American racing.
ah ok, I can kinda see it in the 1st pic

I dunno, very well could be

but American Racing does just sell caps as well...

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I wouldnt do anything but a little lift and some bigger tires, def black rims on that gray, and maybe a little light show. That thing is hot fire and ultra clean.
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That's what my '90 used to look like.. when it rolled off the showroom floor.

Now.. just look at my avatar. =D
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I wouldnt do anything but a little lift and some bigger tires, def black rims on that gray, and maybe a little light show. That thing is hot fire and ultra clean.
I am thinking about using my wheels from my 83.

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