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  • About Dublin
    Biography
    Married, 3 sons (31,36,42), 1 daughter. been a mechanic, autobody repairman, carpenter, contractor, paper mill worker, crane/machine operator, and electrician.
    Location
    Appleton, Wi. USA
    Interests
    Hunting, Fishing, Camping, Sporting events (Packers and CORR racing), Mudding, and just plain ol havin a good time.
    Occupation
    Master Electrician/Residential Operations Manager
    My Rig
    1994 4Runner SR5 4X4
    How Did You Find Us?
    T4R.ORG
    Country of Residence
    US
    Gender
    Male
  • Signature
    94 4Runner 4x4, V6 Auto, Outlaw II's with BFG 33x12.5x15 on stock suspension (no lift), FJ Cruiser Automatic shift Knob, Kenwood KDC-MVP Sirius/MP3 player, Bushwacker extenda-flares, 1700 watt power inverter, Air intake mod, Radio Shack CB, GPS, Swing arm tire carrier, modified 1st gen Toyota 4Runner Rollbar, Aisin manual hubs, 87 inclinometer, Toyota Brush guard, 98 Toyota 4Runner rear bumper. Where ever you go, there you are. I started out with nothing & still have most of it left.

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  • Last Activity: 08-26-2018 12:24 PM
  • Join Date: 02-07-2004

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  1. californyota
    06-04-2012 10:03 AM - permalink
    Hey there. Just purchased a '92 4runner SR5 4x4 V6 3.0...thinking about some mods and I was interested in what you did with yours. Any chance you could send me some pics or direct me to a thread/forum where you posted pics? I'm new to yotatech so not sure how this works yet. Also, any suggestions outside the regular maintenance you have to keep the truck in as best shape as possible?? It's got 110k miles on it and I want to get as many miles as I can out of it...bought from an older couple that kept it pristine, did all service on-time. thanks for any help.
  2. jbtvt
    10-08-2010 05:46 AM - permalink
    Hey, saw your post about melting blower switch, thanks for the heads up about starting with it on high... My switch has started to melt the plastic around the connection in back but seems to be making connection, insulated and all throughout circuit. What would be enough damage to warrant replacing it as you did, in your opinion? Don't want to spring for the motor, which isn't turning right now, if not necessary. Thanks
  3. marcsyota91
    05-29-2009 09:49 AM - permalink
    where or how did you get that scoop at i want something like that on my 91 4runner

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