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Old 05-17-2018, 10:15 PM   #1  
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i found a 1989 toy truck 4x4 with 5 speed with blown moter
i got a 1997 3.4 to put in it then threw toy onley i got crossover pipe and wiring onley to fid out cant use the crossover pipe in calif anymore so back to wrecking yard took one off a t100
well it wont work clutch slave and crossover pipe wont work iv tried everything i can think of to make it work no fit
any ideas from any one im disabled been working on this for 9 months now im in fresno up in foothills any ideas on how to fix the crossover pipe problem
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Old 05-18-2018, 01:22 AM   #2  
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I would say check the 3.4 swap section

When has this changed about the Crossover pipe ??

I think I saw something that it needs to be made of the original parts

Quite a few have passed smog out there .

California who can tell.
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iv done a lot of reading about the swaps and i just wanted to know if anyone has used a crossover pipe that dumps on the right side with the clutch slave on the same side are all the crossover pipes on 3.4 all the t same if not what should i be looking for that will work with the 5 speed
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Not so much the slave cylinder it is the fuel tank being on the right side.

Some have just dropped the exhaust straight down and made the crossover underneath .

The Down side is then ground Clearance

Then it also depends what the State will pass.
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I've been reading up on the 3.4 swap for a while now and I will be attempting the same: 3.4 manual swap in CA. I know that Dntsdad has done a manual swap with a passenger side drop. You can find the full build here: https://www.yotatech.com/forums/f160...ex-cab-196823/

He completed the swap by using a transmission from the "passenger drop" vehicle and left off the front driveline (page 14 of build thread). This arrangement -- and the 1.5" BL -- gave him the room to drop the exhaust down the passenger side and all the way past the last O2 sensor. After that sensor, he crossed back over to the driver side muffler. https://www.yotatech.com/forums/f160...3/index17.html

After he got back from the BAR, he put back in the R150 he wanted and routed the exhaust down the driver side.

Others have done the passenger side drop and passed, but most of those threads are with automatic transmissions.
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i know the fuel tank is on rt side iv already moved the gass lines out of way
what im looking for is any one put a 1989 toy4x4 5 speed in with 3.4 crossover pipe i cant get it to bolt up because clutch cylender wont fit iv pulled studs off crossover pipe iv grinded as much as i dear on it still no fit iv tried it both ways crossover pipe first clutch slave dont fit i put clutch slave on first no fit
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I don't think it can be done with the 1989 transmission. You will have to do a similar route as Dntsdad and get a different transmission -- with the clutch slave on the driver's side -- and leave off the front driveline. Once you are past the BAR, you can install the 1989 transmission and drop the exhaust down the driver's side.

Now, I'm just going off the little I've found on a manual-transmission, passenger-side drop. Others would have to chime in on what they've done/tried.
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i found this on ebay

79-95 Toyota Truck 4Runner 4x4 20R 22R 22RE Manual Transmission Bell Housing will that bolt up to the 89 with 3.0 trans

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