Under Construction '93 gets bagged...

Discussion in '1989-1995 Build-Up/Project Threads' started by Under Construction '93, Feb 22, 2011.

  1. yota4life

    yota4life Grand Toyotaholic

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    Hell ya man love this truck. No more selling
     
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    Dude ive read every page of this thread, and to see this happend just got me excited fuck yeah bro !
     
  3. Under Construction '93

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    On to front shocks finally ...
     
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    Been working on getting the front shocks on so I can ride lower. No front shocks sucks on a mini.
     
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    Front shocks done. Sooo much better ride. Might have to re- angle the lower mount eventually. Bushing binds up pretty good when she's laid out. Switched to longer s.s. brake lines too. Now off to fix the pedal assembly. Clutch wasn't releasing all the way. When I sold her the front tubs got done and the pedal had to be moved. messed up the geometry of the clutch pedal stuff. 20180118_115302.jpg 20180118_115309.jpg 20180202_065426.jpg
     
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    Getting ready to do my clutch master flip
     
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    What are the shocks from. Or do you have a part number
     
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    I can get you the part number when I get to work. They are doetsch nitro slammers. Stroked if you need any help with flip feel free to ask. I had a writeup on here years ago but photobucket killed all the links. I'm chasing a rough idle at the moment now.
     
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    Sounds good thnaks man
     
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    cool pictures that work. too bad photobucket pulled a fast one. would like to see what else was done
     
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    Front shock part #. I had to call them as it wasn't listed on website. Got the same ones truckaction used.
     

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    It's pretty straight forward. I recommend using delrin for it to slide on. First time I didn't and over time it got sloppy and started to bind. You can always change out the piece of delrin when it gets worn.
     
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    Thanks man.
     
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    Heeeyy. Any new updates? Ill show you mine if you show me yours. Hahaha.
     
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    Yes, lol I'm gonna put her up for sale again... I know I said I wouldn't, but I want to bag my fullsize.
     
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    Oh nooo. Hehe. Everyone in Cali is doing their full size. This is what mines looking like right now. [​IMG]
     

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