any one cut inner fender...?

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  1. islandboyjt20

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    i hope i posted this in the rite place...my 92 pickup is kinda low and my tires are scrapping the inner fender....i cut some of it out but it still scrapes i think i need to relocate the intake and batary:rolleyes: and for shure get smaller tires;)...if you guys did it, can you tell me where you relocated every thing like the porwe steering reservoir...if anyone of you guys have pic that maybe be usefull to me i would be so happy...thanks guys:D

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    This what I did on my 91...you can see that I moved the battery to bed, fuse
    box to where the battery was & you can see what I did with the coil & ps reservoir.

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    WOW, holy S#$% haha. those tires are extremely close to the wells bud. I would try and relocate your stuff away from the tires as much as possible and maybe get some deep wheel wells fabed up.
     
  4. islandboyjt20

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    thanks smc...so how did you relocate the battery to the bed...it sounds easy...do you just run wires to the back...can you just run one wore for the + and just ground the - to the frame?
    thanks again smc
     
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    Before you cut more get some shorter front tires. It helps a ton. And don't forget you can hammer stuff in there without cutting.
     
  7. islandboyjt20

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    thanks guys...ill do some things tomorrow and post some pic if i can...

    thanks for the help...
     
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    When I drop my trucks, I always get new shocks. Helps to stiffen the ride. Turn your wheel and measure what size you need. Your gonna need shorter ones for the front. You can get Toxics from 4wheel Parts in Waipahu or Pacific Automotive (if they still in business). Urethane leaf bushings (from Rons) will also stiffen up the rear along with new shocks. If you just used blocks then the rear should be stock length. I do this all the time with my static trucks and rarely ever bottom out.
     
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    best thing i ever did was put fresh shocks into the front of my 78. and its low as well, a really damn low truck :D ill probably toss fresh ones in again sometime but not stock replacements. they were cheaper. id like a full set of stiffer shocks.
     
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    Damn!!!! I was just looking at your pics again. You aint got no room!!! You need shorter tires. Those stockers are too tall. Dont get them too small either or your speedo will read 80 when your only going 40.
     
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    exactly. i suggest a 195 or 205 width, in whatever sidewall puts you about 23-24" tall. maybe a hair taller out back than front. im very happy with my 195/70/14-195/65/14 combo i just put on mine.
     
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    I was asking these same questions a couple of months ago. I got all my cutting and relocating done. You can see pics in my thread.

    http://www.toyotaminis.com/forum/showthread.php?t=3202

    I still have to trim out a little more, but everything is safely relocated away from the tires. I mounted my coil to the core support between the radiator and overflow tank to keep the wires away from the tire. All the grounds and such on the driver's side fenderwell were relocated to just behind the headlight. Mine didn't have power steering though. If you have any other specific questions about what I did you can PM me.
     
  13. IronNam

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    keep the tires in the back. run a slightly small tire up front :D
     
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    are the shocks still good?with the truck being that low are you running drop shocks??they do make a difference...also some like 40 series tire or smaller would help it not scrape...I like the way you ran you intake there where did you get the piping from...
     
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    drop shocks would be nice. my KYB's (OEM) are ****ed lol
     
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    Hey, what size rims and tires are you running?

     
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    What intake setup is that???
     

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