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Old 01-05-2014, 02:06 PM   #1
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jaretstuff's 1995 T100 Off-road Build

Here is my new (to me) Toyota t100 3.4 SR5 4x4
I got it in November for $1500 from a guy that wanted it out of his driveway.
Has 178xxx miles and had the water pump and timing belt changed at 150xxx miles.
Need a fuel line and 4 ball joints I was told.
Pic on the craigslist ad




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Old 01-05-2014, 02:11 PM   #2
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As of writing right now I have replaced
2 upper front ball joints
2 lower front ball joints
A fuel line
A fuel filter
A fuel bracket
A new oil filter
2 rear u joints
Here is how she sits as of today
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Old 01-05-2014, 02:18 PM   #3
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I'm planning on making this an offroad ready truck but still be drive able. I'm think bilsteins with a small lift and 32.7in tires on 17in wheels

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Nice score. Great platform for a build!
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Old 01-05-2014, 04:38 PM   #5
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Nice score. Great platform for a build!
Thanks, how's your truck going. I'm jealous of your longtravel T100

On Wednesday I have new tires and wheels coming so stay tuned.
Should look cool in my highschools parking lot.
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Old 01-05-2014, 04:46 PM   #6
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Small Update: I just ordered a magnaflow XL3 off ebay. Should be here Thursday.

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Thanks, Its going good. I just had a balljoint failure on the trail which was a huge pain. If you got aftermarket ball joints throw them away and go get the toyota ones.
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Thanks, Its going good. I just had a balljoint failure on the trail which was a huge pain. If you got aftermarket ball joints throw them away and go get the toyota ones.
Oh crap I just put on4 autozone ones last month.

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Old 01-17-2014, 12:31 PM   #10
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Boom!
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Old 01-22-2014, 12:24 PM   #11
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Little Update on my T
Last week I cleaned out our garage enough so I have my own spot. No more pulling out my Mom's Tahoe to work on my truck. Here is a pic of my new found garage spot


I also forgot to mention for Christmas I got a pretty nice US general toolbox. About 4x6 and seems to be pretty nice.

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Old 01-22-2014, 12:42 PM   #12
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For the maybe one or two people following this my exhaust supplies finally came in.
I got
3 2 1/4 exhuast clamps
One 18in 2 1/4 extension pipe
A new middle section of OEM pipe
Magnaflow XL3

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looks good. Hows the magnaflow sound?
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Currently I have a leak before the muffler that I still Ned to fix, but the sound out of the muffler sounds good
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Great looking T!!
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Great looking T!!
Thanks a lot for the compliment I think it turned out very clean. If I get some feedback il post up some more pics I just wasn't sure if anybody followed this. I'm putting in a new cv, rotors, shoes and shocks in Friday and Saturday.
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As promised an update
Rear suspension all knocked out
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Keep posting. Plus its a great reference to help remember when you did something. Thats what mine is for also.
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Keep posting. Plus its a great reference to help remember when you did something. Thats what mine is for also.
Yep that's what il use it for. It has already helped a little bit. I'm pumped because as soon as I get my new cv in the mail I can knock out the front lift. Counting the hours today
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I'm on the fence about getting either a trd rear quarter sticker or a 4x4 sticker for the rear quarter. Do you friendly yota guys have any advice?
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