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Old 11-16-2020, 10:47 PM #181
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Looks like the front skid plate takes 7 bolts. Mine only had 4 when I got it. I had to remove for radiator swap. Just got the rear two bolts back in, having trouble with the other two..

how many bolts does the front skid plate truly need?
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I don't even have a skid plate
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Replace ashtray with something useful

Is there a mod for replacing the ashtray with a cubby of sorts? I don't need the ashtray and would like to use the place to store items or a place to keep my phone in.
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Looks like the front skid plate takes 7 bolts. Mine only had 4 when I got it. I had to remove for radiator swap. Just got the rear two bolts back in, having trouble with the other two..

how many bolts does the front skid plate truly need?
Yep, skid plate bolts are totally overrated. Until I get a full set of Savages - then I will be looking for extra-security fasteners LOL. If I manage to get the Savs, I will donate the stock set to a skidless T4R.org member.

@under40daddy You are in first place on the list with that sadface.....
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Is there a mod for replacing the ashtray with a cubby of sorts? I don't need the ashtray and would like to use the place to store items or a place to keep my phone in.
I assume you have a 96-98? Could do a console swap and use the old CD pocket, it's perfect for me
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I assume you have a 96-98? Could do a console swap and use the old CD pocket, it's perfect for me
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1997 4Runner SR5 rock rail question

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Let me start by apologizing upfront if this question is in the wrong location or has been answered previously. I have been looking for bolt-on rock sliders/rails for my 1997 4Runner SR5 and have been unable to locate them. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Getting ready to do an OME 2" lift, ARB locker in the rear along with new wheels and tires and sliders would round things out nicely. Thank you in advance, Bones
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Let me start by apologizing upfront if this question is in the wrong location or has been answered previously. I have been looking for bolt-on rock sliders/rails for my 1997 4Runner SR5 and have been unable to locate them. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Getting ready to do an OME 2" lift, ARB locker in the rear along with new wheels and tires and sliders would round things out nicely. Thank you in advance, Bones
I believe the shrockworks sliders are bolt on. The white knuckle offroad sliders definitely are bolt on.

https://www.shrockworks.com/Toyota-4...-pr-16241.html
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I plan to run 5th gen wheels on my 3rd gen. What lug nuts do I need? The truck has American Racing wheels with cone style on it now but it appears that short shank is the factory style.

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https://www.shrockworks.com/Toyota-4...-pr-16241.html
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Shrockworks website is down. Hope it hasn't been for long. I'm nearly 8 weeks into my lead-time on some parts.....just my luck. Hopefully it's just a coding issue and not something serious.
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I plan to run 5th gen wheels on my 3rd gen. What lug nuts do I need? The truck has American Racing wheels with cone style on it now but it appears that short shank is the factory style.

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I'm running factory 3rd gen lug nuts (mag type lug nuts) with my 5th gen SR5 Snowflakes.
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Shrockworks website is down. Hope it hasn't been for long. I'm nearly 8 weeks into my lead-time on some parts.....just my luck. Hopefully it's just a coding issue and not something serious.
That's weird. Their website was working just fine for me yesterday when I posted that. Now it's not displaying any products once I click on them.
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Quick suspension question and light rant concerning 5100 Bilsteins on 1998 and a Mavis shop. First, I used a local tire shop to install a package purchased off of Amazon. The package included rear bushings and washers but it was expected to use the oem parts for the front install. Mavis, the local shop, royally screwed up the install and I didn't know the extent until a few weeks later. The shop refused to own up to their error saying installation and parts aren't warrantied because I provided them.

Long story short, they did not use my oem parts from the original shocks, and instead used one of the washers meant for the rear shocks on the top of the front shock. They didn't install a bottom washer under the front shock's lower bushing, so the lower bushings have pushed down over the shafts. The rear shocks are simply missing the middle washer now.

Another (actual) mechanic shop is going to remove and properly reinstall all shocks, and I ordered front bushings and washers from Wheelers and new rear bushings and washers from Bilstein.

The Wheeler's kit has a set of small and large bushings and washers. My assumption is the large washer and bushing go on top, and the small bushing and washer go under the top plate. Is that correct? I just want some detail before I drop the car off. Some kits I've seen have bushings and washers that are the same size. Wheelers couldn't give an answer over the phone.

Fortunately Mavis corporate is going to foot the bill for the "repair".

Thanks for tips on this.

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That's weird. Their website was working just fine for me yesterday when I posted that. Now it's not displaying any products once I click on them.
Their main URL resolves to this message: Could not connect to SQL db

I let just Mark @ Shrockworks know that their site is down. Their business is just fine....whew.

Edit - he knew it's having an issue and they are busy fixing it.
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