92 Toyota Pickup

YotaTyler418

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92 Toyota pick up 2wd
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Plan:
-build bed cage to fit the 18in triple tube bypasses that came with the truck
-2 spare tires in the back
-some sort of roll bar or roll cage

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Took the leaf pack apart

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Whoever originally installed the bump stops decided it was a good idea to have it bump off of the u bolt lol.

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Cardboard template for bump plate

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Thanks to Mike at fablab for cutting the plates out, First time welding and I'm stoked with the results

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Bump plates are installed and welded to the axle
 

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YotaTyler418

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Back is somewhat complete. Got the home depot speed strap to hold the spares. Still need to mount bedsides and rear lights. Any brake experts in here? After bleeding brakes I still have a squishy pedal and hardly any brakes. Thinking there's still air somewhere in the system.
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Motiracer38

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Squishy brakes is air in the system, firm yet falling is leaky cylinders, leaky fittings lead to no brakes and good times.

This looks like a fun little truck, can't wait to see it in action. I have a wider rear axle that will mostly drop in if your interested.
 

Mullen

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I highly recommend a Motive power bleeder for doing the brakes. For Toyota you will have to use the Motive 1101 cap or the complete 0101 which include the power bleeder and cap needed. I used it for my Tundra and didn't spill a drop and cured my squishy brake problem. For what it's worth, I can bleed the brakes on my car with 8 bleeders total in less time than it takes me to get the car on jack stands and remove the wheels.
 

YotaTyler418

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First trip out was definitely a success!
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The rear window decided to shatter from a rock getting thrown in the rear window
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Few pictures of the truck over the weekend
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The truck worked great and I'm beyond stoked with how it came out!
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Next:
-The rear end is way too stiff and shocks need to be revalved and rebuilt.
-Need a new rear window, thinking lexan
-Bedsides need to be mounted and tail lights wired up/mounted
-Front lightbar
 

dwphoto

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First trip out was definitely a success!
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The rear window decided to shatter from a rock getting thrown in the rear window
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Few pictures of the truck over the weekend
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The truck worked great and I'm beyond stoked with how it came out!
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Next:
-The rear end is way too stiff and shocks need to be revalved and rebuilt.
-Need a new rear window, thinking lexan
-Bedsides need to be mounted and tail lights wired up/mounted
-Front lightbar
Hell yes!

This thing is rad ! I have a rear window I'll sell for cheap .

Bring this bad boy out to Pedals and Pints on Saturday in TO

Elliott
 

the bodj

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Keep a glass window back there and figure out some paneling to stop rocks from doing that. Leave scratches super bad.
 
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