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Old 04-15-2005, 06:19 AM   #1
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1st Gen: Any fuel lines in the frame rails?

I am considering a set of bolt on (through the frame) sliders for my 1st gen 4runner. I was wondering if anyone knows if there are any kind of lines, wires etc that might be run through the frame. I noticed on my truck there is a rubber return line off of the charcoal canister that enters the frame right behind the PS shock mount. However I can't see where this lines exits the frame. I don't want to drill into the frame and find myself screwing something up.
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I am considering a set of bolt on (through the frame) sliders for my 1st gen 4runner. I was wondering if anyone knows if there are any kind of lines, wires etc that might be run through the frame. I noticed on my truck there is a rubber return line off of the charcoal canister that enters the frame right behind the PS shock mount. However I can't see where this lines exits the frame. I don't want to drill into the frame and find myself screwing something up.
Not that I am aware of...

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nothing runs through the frame, or at least from the factory. no accounting for some knucklehead previous owners...
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I noticed on my truck there is a rubber return line off of the charcoal canister that enters the frame right behind the PS shock mount.
The line off of the canister just drops straight down and doesn't go anywhere.
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Old 04-15-2005, 09:09 PM   #5
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Thanks guys, just what i needed.
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Nothing that I have found inside the frame rails, just watch the inside face of the frame, that's where a lot of fuel, brake and other lines run.
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The charcoal cannister hose is just tucked into the frame on our 85. I think it is a vent line. Comes from the bottom of the can?
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The charcoal cannister hose is just tucked into the frame on our 85. I think it is a vent line. Comes from the bottom of the can?
My charcoal cannister vent line attaches to a clip off another wire/tube...the reason I know is I burnt off the vent hose torching the fenders for the new shock hoops and had to replace it!

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