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  • About RMA
    Location
    San Jose ,Ca
    My Rig
    1988 4runner 1uz auto
    How Did You Find Us?
    YahOO
  • Signature
    '89 2wd X-tracab,W55,22re,My DD
    '94 SR5 4Runner 4x4,A340H, 3VZE,Alpine deck,Wifes DD
    '88 SR5 4runner ,A341E,1UZ-FE,kenwoodVZ907,
    XRC8, HM Roof rack.33x10.50,15 KM2 1" HM body lift, BJ spacers ,CB, rear disc ,lockright rear, Truetrac front,HM IFS truss,HM sliders,HM rear bumper,HM crossmember,CO2,2 batts,softopper.
    My swap thread
    https://www.yotatech.com/forums/f161...0-3vze-185324/

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  • Last Activity: 02-03-2017 09:13 AM
  • Join Date: 12-07-2008

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  1. BigBluePile
    10-04-2014 02:49 AM - permalink
    You still around?
  2. 02-11-2013 02:04 PM - permalink
    blew a head gasket--'85 p/u 22re....tore it apart and rod bearings were at minimum so replaced those and rings...put it back together and have a knocking sound only at cruising or no load. tore it apart again....measured and have bearing oil clearances of .0030 book says .0012 to .0028. When I put in the new standard bearings I DID NOT LOOK at the bearings I pitched away. I think now they were over sized.
    When I have the head off and push down on the pistons they all drop down that .0030 distance. Have new pins and bushings..using same standard pistons.....valves set right/timing chain fine (new metal driver side chain guide). Valve cover not hitting.....
    question: will over sized bearings make up for this slack and if so what size?
  3. 02-11-2013 01:59 PM - permalink
    blew a head gasket--'85 p/u 22re....tore it apart and rod bearings were at minimum so replaced those and rings...put it back together and have a knocking sound only at cruising or no load. tore it apart again....measured and have bearing oil clearances of .0030 book says .0012 to .0028. When I put in the new standard bearings I DID NOT LOOK at the bearings I pitched away. I think now they were over sized.
    When I have the head off and push down on the pistons they all drop down that .0030 distance....which seems like a lot. Have new pins and bushings ..using same standard pistons.....valves set right/timing chain fine (new metal driver side chain guide). Valve cover not hitting.....
    question: will over sized bearings make up for this slack and if so what size?
    Put in new exhaust valves (pitted)....
    About to go under and plasti-gauge rod bearings again....
  4. jeffe
    12-19-2012 09:16 PM - permalink
    Hey Robert, how's it going??
  5. ChefYota4x4
    08-05-2012 12:50 AM - permalink
    DAYUM YOU AND YOUR SWEET 1UZ'RUNNER! hahaha.... Stopped by to find your thread again.... I have so many sub's, I can't find enough time to search through them all! hahaha... Hope you're ok, man! Stop by and lemme know you're still rockin that Throaty Beast! hehe.
  6. _RaStA_RoCkEt_
    05-01-2012 01:31 PM - permalink
    RMA! Thanks for the shout out, I'll be ready for Holister when I graduate this coming June! In summer baby! I look forward to it!
  7. RMA
    04-17-2012 05:57 PM - permalink
    RMA
    thanks man !!! good luck on yours .
  8. jswizz
    04-14-2012 05:25 AM - permalink
    RMA , good job on that rack , looks good I had just been building mine while I stumbled on yours very cool .
    ___________
    85 Sr5 runner,33's 2" body going 3" springs and building my basket rack!
  9. _RaStA_RoCkEt_
    03-19-2012 07:41 PM - permalink
    much respect from Santa Cruz.
  10. 01-31-2012 09:49 PM - permalink
    Hey Nice Runner,,what brand is your rack on top and where can I get one? Thanx,,Tim

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