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Old 01-23-2019, 02:14 PM
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Who still uses this forum?

If your still semi active in this T100 post, you should check out the Toyota T100 forum on Facebook. Super active and new posts everyday. Its the one with like 900 members and peope who are super helpful like Adam rear and Daniel white and so on. Anyways, post some pics of those T100s





Those are some pics of my T100. Heres my specs. Not a worktruck just like flatbeds.
1993 T100 4x4 with a 3.4 swap. Had to do almost all the wiring myself. Dual battery in parallel. 30 inch tires on 17 inch rims. 4.7 gears. 5 speed. No rust on frame, painted it black with rustnolem. No muffler, Short ram intake. Gutted ac system. Gutted evap system. No wiper fluid box. Multiple extra grounds on motor in engine bay. Every wire or wires in the truck are rewrapped with tape and protection, clean and good looking harness that looks good and is protected very well. Have 2 batteries due to my sound system.1800w amp with 6 inch sub. Lexus bucket seats. Rubber floor. Custom vaccum hose routing, no vaccum sensors. ADD delete. Custom dash wiring. Custom sound system wiring. Custom flatbed with rail road ties and rail. Along with small tookbox for tools and ropes and chains. High lift jack. Tightened throttle body cable. Thick diesel 15w 40 with lucas in motor. Thicker grade diff oil in both diffs. I've had this truck most my life, keeping it forever. 16 at the moment. I don't run it hard, put too much work in it lol. Due to high gearing I just have to go a little slower on freeway as to keep my rpms low. Perfer to keep it under 3k rpms. Motor has 340k truck has 150k. Never run it hard offroad either, just enjoy bumping music while cruising down the freeway, or just going slow over a rocky road in the mountains up here in Orem Utah. Amazing truck runs perfect. Faster than my dads T100. I take good care of it. Post a pic of your T100!
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Old 01-23-2019, 02:27 PM
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Forum member 55Reasons is probably the most active T100 sub-forum poster.

You should tell the Facebook members to join YotaTech!

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Old 01-23-2019, 03:02 PM
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Its not active enough people just never use it often anymore sadly
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Old 01-23-2019, 06:53 PM
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Well, with that mindset, this sub-forum will die.... well it is kind of dead already.....

I still vote to move Facebook group here!

I actually found using Facebook as a forum kind of annoying, but do what works for you!

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Old 01-23-2019, 07:15 PM
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Yea sadly it is dead. And it works good. Its very active with tons of good info on T100s.
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Post I am new around here...so hopefully the forum is not gonna die!

I brought my 1996 T100 Standard Cab, long bed truck brand new and had used it as a daily driver for the first two years before getting a company car. Now, I only drive it in the summer on weekends. It is garaged all the time, and looks brand new with only 32k miles on it. I never intended to keep it this long, and now after 20 plus years, I would never think of selling it! I get a lot of comments and thumbs up. I never seen another like mine in similar condition, although do see a number of them in excess of 250,000 miles with battle scars. Hence, since I live in Ohio and not able to attend those Toyota Club shows in California...so am trying to find others closer that I can talk about T100's with. It's not old enough to be vintage or of interest to most people to consider bringing to car shows. Most truck clubs or shows tends to be strong on Domestics like Chevy, Ford, and Dodges...

This is not my first Toyota, as I have owned them since college with my first Toyota being a Corona! All of my Toyotas have lasted over 300,000 miles each before being sold or traded in. Currently, our family's daily drivers includes a 1999 Avalon Platinum Edition, 2008 Camry LE, and 2015 Sienna XLE AWD. My T100 is my toy.

Having said that, I hope this forum does not die...let me know if there are similar forums or clubs that I would be interested in checking out???

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Old 01-29-2019, 07:51 AM
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The most active T100 forum is the Toyota T100 forum on facebook with almost 900 members. Your truck sounds mint man and im sure everyone on the foum will to. I go by Isaiah Bateman on facebook you could PM me im a T100 enthusiast. I want to see that truck! Come join the forum its tons of active T100 fans. Theirs even this guy named Daniel white who recently started a YouTube channel off his T100. Keeping it T100 on youtube. Come join the facebook forum we would love to see your truck and have you! New posts daily very active. Im the kid with the mowhawk who bugs some people with the Jimmy rigged things i sometimes do on my truck lol
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Originally Posted by old87yota View Post
Well, with that mindset, this sub-forum will die.... well it is kind of dead already.....

I still vote to move Facebook group here!

I actually found using Facebook as a forum kind of annoying, but do what works for you!

I agree with moving the FB group here since in my experience the interactions on FB have not been as useful as they usually are on a tech forum. It turns more social than informative but I guess that's up to whoever is moderating it. I'm on some other car pages on FB and they are moderated well but others not so much. Been on YT for a while and just coming back and it would be good to keep it alive but to start off there just aren't that many T100s to begin with. It is the best kept secret in the 90's truck world, but we already knew that!
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I agree. I ended up getting kicked over an argument of axile ratios and weither or not the T100 gas tanks had skid plates. The admin their daniel white is a prick.
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If your still semi active in this T100 post, you should check out the Toyota T100 forum on Facebook. Super active and new posts everyday. Its the one with like 900 members and peope who are super helpful like Adam rear and Daniel white and so on.
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I agree. I ended up getting kicked over an argument of axile ratios and weither or not the T100 gas tanks had skid plates. The admin their daniel white is a prick.
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Welcome back!

One of these days I will get a T100. Then I can post a thread for it here.

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Old 02-25-2019, 09:37 AM
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This forum is dead? Toyotanation has a T100 forum ive used in the past year. Bam was over there.
Ive been on the pre83 forum cause thats my current project
The T is my DD and its going strong. Beat on it hard last summer on the dirt roads but its running good just getting uglier. 245k on the dash. Original motor and 5 speed.
Right now im thinking abt fixng the ac and maybe a zuk mod.
Still dont know how to post pix.
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Good Resource and Broken Handles

while I don't go here often, it's great to have.
Driver's door handle failed. I pulled the door panel and the handle assembly and found the plastic Dog that engages the latch broken off. There was enough plastic left on the handle to drill a hole and place a stainless bolt to engage the latch mechanismo. It's lasted a month, but I try to approach opening that door like it's a scared fox on the freeway. Maybe when it fails again I can try some epoxy adhesive since I saved the broken pawl.

Pale blue is where the dog/pawl broke. Left the linkage rod in place.

Stainless bolt: take care with drilling pilot hole. I was lucky and just glanced the axis rod.
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This post just jumped out when I checked "new posts." I realize you probably just mean it's dead in relation to T-100's. It's a shame there's less activity because there is a wealth of advice here. I'm increasingly frustrated with Yotatech's new format. Stuff jumps around on the page and I just searched a question and can't find any posts. I'll try Google. You can't search Facebook groups for in depth answers and how many times can you bear to read another post about "what size tire..."
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Yea i feel ya. It's a bummer. Thought about making my own website dedicated to T100s and info. Have many T100s i love them and am always working on mine. Just put new door panels on haha. If anyone would like to talk to me about T100s or needs help hit me up 385 204 2727

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This post just jumped out when I checked "new posts." I realize you probably just mean it's dead in relation to T-100's. It's a shame there's less activity because there is a wealth of advice here. I'm increasingly frustrated with Yotatech's new format. Stuff jumps around on the page and I just searched a question and can't find any posts.
Are you using the mobile version or the desktop / laptop version?



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