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Old 01-13-2020, 11:56 PM #31
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I didnít see your reply earlier so I just went ahead and dropped the body on the frame. I actually did all of why you said except for cleaning the steering splines! Should have checked. My doner frame came with a gas tank that was in excellent shape so that worked out great. My father actually stopped by to help with watching out for things when I was lowering the frame and he told me all about that steering wheel needing to be in certain place. Did you end up using the front sway bar links for the rear and 2nd gen for the front after the lift?


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I think this is the standard setup for a 3" lift, lazy man links.

a set of moog brand 3rd gen front links on the rear
a set of moog brand 2nd gen rear links on the front
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1998 sr5 frame swap + possible maintenance/build thread

Iíve been driving my truck for almost a week and Iím really starting to like it. Got a few more maintenance things I want to do to it before I do any mods. After I get the maintenance out of the way, first thing Iím going to do it the center console mod. Those little cup holders make me laugh. The only positive thing I see in them is being by the vents. Keeps my coffee hot

Maintenance
-Seafoam
-Wheel bearings
-Change my wore out steering wheel
-Rear brake line(stresses me out with how tight it is after lifting)
-Aftermarket UCA
-Iím sure more will come up

Future mods
-center console
-aftermarket radio(donít have any cassettes or cds haha)
-lower profile steel bumpers
-hood struts!




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Looking good. Youíve done a lot of work and with the frame well coated rust shouldnít be an issue for some time.
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Looking good. Youíve done a lot of work and with the frame well coated rust shouldnít be an issue for some time.

Thank you. It was a ton of work but I honestly wouldnít mind doing something like this again. Very good learning experience. I coated the undercarriage with WD-40 to prevent these Ohio winter chemicals from destroying the frame. Weíll see how long itíll stay this clean 1998 sr5 frame swap + possible maintenance/build thread


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