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  1. grenda
    02-24-2013 07:02 PM - permalink
    Lumpy,
    I really like the way your four runner has turned out. I have a stock 94 runner that is my daily driver. I am looking to take out the massive amount of rear end sag. I first thought of using Moog rear coil springs, but with the strength and height you recieved alone with just the FJ coils I want to go that route. Will I need new shocks right away? What about a pan hard bar? What does that do exactly? Down the road I want to do all of these mods and install some BJ spacers up front. For now I just want to install the coil springs myself. Nowhere near a master mechanic but the process doesn't seem to involved. Any link you could give me or any advice to the install? I found a set of FJ80 rear springs from arteryx and I am thinking about purchasing those.
    Thank you,
    Grenda
  2. 4x4jeffyota
    05-25-2010 10:14 AM - permalink
    how long did it take you to remove your tranny?

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