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Old 05-13-2017, 11:47 AM   #16461
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1984 SR5 22R. Older pic. Now have roll bar instead of rack.
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Old 05-19-2017, 03:07 PM   #16462
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My first toyota was this model year, it was 2wd, but I converted it to 4x4. Short bed, 22r, and with the 2wd fender in the 4x4 chassis looked great for me. I think it was a base model without accessories.
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Old 05-19-2017, 07:28 PM   #16463
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Now that summers rolling round, how about a snow pic? Haha



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My son recently took this picture.
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I get chills looking at this. It was 97 in the shade today. Send some of that my way
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Old 05-20-2017, 05:29 PM   #16466
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Dang she's pretty!
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Old 05-29-2017, 04:06 PM   #16467
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I have a few. 1989 DLX Extra cab, 685,000 miles.


1989 Standard Cab DLX, original owner.



1990 Standard cab, base model.


1990 4Runner DLX.
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​​​​​​​A little damage this weekend.
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Old 05-29-2017, 04:10 PM   #16468
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I have a few. 1989 DLX Extra cab, 685,000 miles.


1989 Standard Cab DLX, original owner.



1990 Standard cab, base model.


1990 4Runner DLX.




​​​​​​​A little damage this weekend.
holy crap! You sheared off the diff side of the flange? What brand CVs do you run? They gotta be some beef to make that happen. Nice collection by the way.
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Old 05-29-2017, 04:24 PM   #16469
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holy crap! You sheared off the diff side of the flange? What brand CVs do you run? They gotta be some beef to make that happen. Nice collection by the way.
Hey, thanks! Yep, sheared off at the flange. I broke the outer CV on the same side on our last trip (along with the rear Detroit Truetrac), replaced it with an AutoZone special, broke the flange this time. I've been messing with the upper bump stops, trying to get the most amount of droop out of it, I guess I've gone too far. Might need to look into the RCV Ultimates.
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Old 06-07-2017, 08:07 PM   #16470
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I know his build isn't a vehicle anymore but technically this is a 1986 4Runner so it should qualify to be in this thread. Plus my 4Runner tow rig is a 1989 4Runner SAS'd with a 84 front axle.

You can find my Trailer build here:
https://www.yotatech.com/forums/f88/...-build-291091/

I began the build with an 86 IFS 4runner chassis on 9/22/2015
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And over the course of 1 year and about 9 months i have turned it into the ultimate overland/offroad/camping trailer. It still isn't done but so far i have completed A LOT. The remaining mods to the trailer will be added to my build thread as i gradually finish each task on my trailer build. This is where i am currently at:

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by the way, I already know people are gonna have questions about the rock lights on my 4Runner so i may as well answer that question now. These are All4OffRoad rock lights. You can contact him through instagram as user "@all4offroad" or buy them online at
http://all4offroad.com/index.html


This was a few weeks ago at the Ca DMV to get it inspected. Which it passed
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And here it is as of last weekend. This is a CVT Mt. Rainier Extended Vestibule roof top tent from their SUMMIT SERIES line which is far better then the original. Much better quality and way better features. The Bed is basically a Ca King sized bed with just a few more inches on the length.
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And yes those are 35" BFG km2 Mud terrains.

What i still have to get done to it is:
- Fabricate a slide out drawer for the 80qt cooler
- Add the heated water shower system (Already have a 15gallon water tank insalled)
- Make a mount for the 20lb Propane tank
- Install my Forced air heater for heating up my roof top tent during cold camping months
- Make a mount and install my 100 watt solar panel, add a battery bank storage
- Add some exterior lighting to illuminate the immediate camp ground.

Anyway, I hope you guys enjoyed this pix. This is my new pride and joy. Feel free to ask me any questions. Preferably on my Trailer Build since i am mostly active on that page.
https://www.yotatech.com/forums/f88/...-build-291091/

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Old 06-13-2017, 08:46 AM   #16472
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New to me 89 4runner, daily pickup SR5

93 SR5 123XXX miles bj spacers and 3 in lift block, 2in body lift. 33x12.50
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Old 06-27-2017, 08:03 PM   #16473
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1986, SR5, 367,000 miles. All is there and operating...just needs loving.
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Old 06-28-2017, 10:52 AM   #16474
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I know his build isn't a vehicle anymore but technically this is a 1986 4Runner so it should qualify to be in this thread. Plus my 4Runner tow rig is a 1989 4Runner SAS'd with a 84 front axle.

You can find my Trailer build here:
https://www.yotatech.com/forums/f88/...-build-291091/

I began the build with an 86 IFS 4runner chassis on 9/22/2015



And over the course of 1 year and about 9 months i have turned it into the ultimate overland/offroad/camping trailer. It still isn't done but so far i have completed A LOT. The remaining mods to the trailer will be added to my build thread as i gradually finish each task on my trailer build. This is where i am currently at:



https://youtu.be/Wd96aghsXX0

by the way, I already know people are gonna have questions about the rock lights on my 4Runner so i may as well answer that question now. These are All4OffRoad rock lights. You can contact him through instagram as user "@all4offroad" or buy them online at
http://all4offroad.com/index.html


This was a few weeks ago at the Ca DMV to get it inspected. Which it passed


And here it is as of last weekend. This is a CVT Mt. Rainier Extended Vestibule roof top tent from their SUMMIT SERIES line which is far better then the original. Much better quality and way better features. The Bed is basically a Ca King sized bed with just a few more inches on the length.











And yes those are 35" BFG km2 Mud terrains.

What i still have to get done to it is:
- Fabricate a slide out drawer for the 80qt cooler
- Add the heated water shower system (Already have a 15gallon water tank insalled)
- Make a mount for the 20lb Propane tank
- Install my Forced air heater for heating up my roof top tent during cold camping months
- Make a mount and install my 100 watt solar panel, add a battery bank storage
- Add some exterior lighting to illuminate the immediate camp ground.

Anyway, I hope you guys enjoyed this pix. This is my new pride and joy. Feel free to ask me any questions. Preferably on my Trailer Build since i am mostly active on that page.
https://www.yotatech.com/forums/f88/...-build-291091/

That's an awesome build!
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Old 06-28-2017, 05:11 PM   #16475
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My 1990 4x4

When I brought the little one home
Can't wAit to get it painted
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Old 06-30-2017, 10:10 PM   #16476
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1986 SR5 22re. Doing some engine work to support a supercharger


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Old 07-03-2017, 10:59 AM   #16477
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After paint job
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My late brother's 91 SR5 is back home after sleeping in a barn for a year or so. 175k miles on it and needs a little lovin.

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My late brother's 91 SR5 is back home after sleeping in a barn for a year or so. 175k miles on it and needs a little lovin.

Sorry for your loss. It looks like he babied his truck. All it needs is a good wash.
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Old 07-08-2017, 12:01 AM   #16480
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Tinted my tail ligths and seat cover for my bucket seats....
Tinted Taillights
Tinted Taillights
Seat cover for the bucket seats
painted the adapters with bed liner.
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