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  • About wyoming9
    Had a few good years , I hope to have a few more
    I live in New Tripoli Pa out in the woods
    I enjoy at times my Toyotas I lose count as to how many I have .
    I work in the welder and plasma cutter rental and repair area after around 30 plus years in the welding and mechanical repair field
    My Rig
    To Many just ask!!.
    How Did You Find Us?
    So many links from Pirate 4x4 I just had to come check it out.


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  • Last Activity: 09-29-2018 01:50 AM
  • Join Date: 04-08-2009


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  1. 04-17-2017 05:36 AM - permalink
    I got the cluster out of a 94 4Runner and it has oil, temp, rpm, speed, voltage and gas on cluster and my stock cluster only has temp speed and gas. Everything on the 4Runner cluster works except the rpm. I looked it up and my truck was not wired up to have rpm wiring. So I'm trying to figure out how to get rpm working on the 4Runner cluster without adding an aftermarket rpm gauge. Any help or advice to pinpoint me in the direction would help. Thanks
  2. 03-18-2017 04:01 AM - permalink
    Where you at? I have tried a bit to find a block and not many listed for sale. I am doing my own rebuild. I am not a mechanic by trade but do all my own work to save$$$$.
  3. 06-12-2016 11:17 AM - permalink
    You answered a question I put out on my 88 4runner about firing with no coil wire. Could it be feeding back thru the ignition switch?
  4. 08-22-2015 01:20 PM - permalink
    Call again didn't know number
  5. 07-01-2015 02:54 PM - permalink
    Anything broken?
  6. 01-14-2015 05:56 AM - permalink
    Good Morning,
    I have a question if you don't mind me asking - In this post: https://www.yotatech.com/forums/f2/f.../#post51586876 you mentioned about the brake cable breaking right at the handle of the parking brake lever...

    This just happened with my '88 2wd . I stopped by my friendly auto mechanic I know the owner of (not an actual toyota dealer, try not to go there first for some things as I'm pretty financially challenged) and we went to look up a part to replace it, and were unsure about the mechanism on the fire wall in the engine compartment - does it come apart to allow for easy replacement of the cable... (kinda like a bicycle cable or something similar) I haven't torn it apart but from what I could tell, and those guys at the garage all thought its just snapped right at the handle just as yours.
    Any advice you could lend would be greatly appreciated; I actually made an account to send this message seeking some sort of help.
  7. 01-10-2015 02:33 AM - permalink
    ok. got a paypal account ?

    if so, make a $100 donation to the Ronald McDonald house and show me proof and i will ship asap.

  8. Oregon'sLoneWolf
    12-23-2014 01:51 PM - permalink
    Hey wild man, very long time no speak! Well, a mudding trip out shooting was the last enjoyable send off to my old 3.0 motor. I knew I could get some more life out of her till her dying day. Yup, I hydrolocked it in a puddle that was deeper than it looked. Was damn near a lake. Sucked it in and bent a rod sooooo..........the swap truly begins.

    You staying warm up there??
  9. RAD4Runner
    12-31-2013 08:34 PM - permalink
    LOL! Happy New Year, SIR! Looking forward to more challenging and funny post
  10. Bama
    05-30-2013 03:32 PM - permalink
    You have 4 Toyotas from the 80's! You are a man worthy of my admiration! I have an 87 4runner myself and once I move to my next base I am hoping to pick up an early 80's pickup.

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