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Any ideas on where to find part # 0043S-35968?

This is the "toyota" script on the right rear of the liftgate on a 1998.

McGeorge says it's discontinued. Thanks.
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Any ideas on where to find part # 0043S-35968?

This is the "toyota" script on the right rear of the liftgate on a 1998.

McGeorge says it's discontinued. Thanks.
Maybe try Toyota Part Number 7544216530 ? It's not the same year/model but it might work.

The PN you listed doesn't yield any results for me either. In fact, the 1998 4Runner emblem diagram doesn't even show a "Toyota" name plate (see screenshot).

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Sooo any thoughts on a mild non lifted diff drop? Would it hurt anything?
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i couldn't find anywhere willing to take the coolant...
I loaded up all those jugs along with 12 quarts of used oil and took it all to the household hazardous waste dropoff a few miles from the house. Guy made me roll up my window before he'd talk to me but he took everything right out of the back of the Runner, including the old radiator and the cardboard box it came in. And it was free.
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Yet another tire question, hated to start a whole new thread but looking for some opinions and to see if I figured the size correctly.

I have a 2000 Limited, picked it up with 265/75/16 garbage tires that are loud and bumpy as hell. It's not so much a daily driver (fly for work out of town mainly) so normal errands in town and then camping/exploring/kayaking will be its main use. Figured an All-Terrain tire would be best for now, I plan to add some lift down the road but that's gonna be a bit, will then move this wheel/tire combo to a 93 yoda pickup.

It appears to have a bit of a spacer for leveling added as well as some wheel spacers. I picked up some used TRD PRO rims in grey (17x7 4.5 backspace Offset 4 - specs from previous owner)

The Falken Wildpeak A/T3W's seem to be a favorite but I have always been a fan of Yokohama tires for sport cars so I've been looking at the GEOLANDAR X-AT's as well...no idea if they are any good though.

So finally the questions lol!! Does anybody have any experience with the Geolandar X-AT's? Lots of rain here so need to perform well wet and plan to see some snow as well. Going up to 17x7 was thinking 265/70/17 would be about the same size. Not sure if I can go any larger without having issues, current setup does not rub.

Any advice on tires and sizes would be appreciated, and here are some pointless pics!







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I loaded up all those jugs along with 12 quarts of used oil and took it all to the household hazardous waste dropoff a few miles from the house. Guy made me roll up my window before he'd talk to me but he took everything right out of the back of the Runner, including the old radiator and the cardboard box it came in. And it was free.
that's great. elsewhere in colorado there's proper / awesome support for hazardous-waste disposal; where we are now, if it's not oil or lead, support is scant if at all. crazy...
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Yet another tire question, hated to start a whole new thread but looking for some opinions and to see if I figured the size correctly.

I have a 2000 Limited, picked it up with 265/75/16 garbage tires that are loud and bumpy as hell. It's not so much a daily driver (fly for work out of town mainly) so normal errands in town and then camping/exploring/kayaking will be its main use. Figured an All-Terrain tire would be best for now, I plan to add some lift down the road but that's gonna be a bit, will then move this wheel/tire combo to a 93 yoda pickup.

It appears to have a bit of a spacer for leveling added as well as some wheel spacers. I picked up some used TRD PRO rims in grey (17x7 4.5 backspace Offset 4 - specs from previous owner)

The Falken Wildpeak A/T3W's seem to be a favorite but I have always been a fan of Yokohama tires for sport cars so I've been looking at the GEOLANDAR X-AT's as well...no idea if they are any good though.

So finally the questions lol!! Does anybody have any experience with the Geolandar X-AT's? Lots of rain here so need to perform well wet and plan to see some snow as well. Going up to 17x7 was thinking 265/70/17 would be about the same size. Not sure if I can go any larger without having issues, current setup does not rub.

Any advice on tires and sizes would be appreciated, and here are some pointless pics!







Yokohama geolanders are great tire. I've had G015 and they are great tire. The mts are all so good so the xat might be a good option.
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Maybe try Toyota Part Number 7544216530 ? It's not the same year/model but it might work.

The PN you listed doesn't yield any results for me either. In fact, the 1998 4Runner emblem diagram doesn't even show a "Toyota" name plate (see screenshot).

There are also many matches on eBay. Of course they're knock-offs, but that might be OK for an emblem. For Toyota Logo emblem badge sticker CAMRY COLLORA 4RUNNER Chrome Plated | eBay
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Yet another tire question, hated to start a whole new thread but looking for some opinions and to see if I figured the size correctly.

I have a 2000 Limited, picked it up with 265/75/16 garbage tires that are loud and bumpy as hell. It's not so much a daily driver (fly for work out of town mainly) so normal errands in town and then camping/exploring/kayaking will be its main use. Figured an All-Terrain tire would be best for now, I plan to add some lift down the road but that's gonna be a bit, will then move this wheel/tire combo to a 93 yoda pickup.

It appears to have a bit of a spacer for leveling added as well as some wheel spacers. I picked up some used TRD PRO rims in grey (17x7 4.5 backspace Offset 4 - specs from previous owner)

The Falken Wildpeak A/T3W's seem to be a favorite but I have always been a fan of Yokohama tires for sport cars so I've been looking at the GEOLANDAR X-AT's as well...no idea if they are any good though.

So finally the questions lol!! Does anybody have any experience with the Geolandar X-AT's? Lots of rain here so need to perform well wet and plan to see some snow as well. Going up to 17x7 was thinking 265/70/17 would be about the same size. Not sure if I can go any larger without having issues, current setup does not rub.

Any advice on tires and sizes would be appreciated, and here are some pointless pics!







These are what I'm buying next. Have yet to hear a single bad thing about Geolandars and the X-A/Ts are supposedly between a normal A/T and M/T. I forgot who but some user here has been dealing tires for almost 2 decades and highly recommended them along with many others people, especially over Widepeaks (I'm also currently using some like you) which apparently have a problem staying round.
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Sooo any thoughts on a mild non lifted diff drop? Would it hurt anything?

Are you asking about doing a 1” front differential drop on a stock-height 4Runner?

I don’t know that it would hurt anything, but I also don’t know what you’d gain. AFAIK, you only need a diff drop once a lift gets high enough to make your CV angles too extreme, leading to at best reduced droop, at worst premature wear or failure.

At stock height, the CV angles are as-designed (ideal).

I have about a 1”-1.5” lift in the front and I don’t need a diff drop. But it seems like the consensus on this forum is once your lift gets higher than 2”-3” or so, you’ll want a diff drop.

Is there a problem you’re trying to solve or just curious?

Maybe someone with more info will chime in.
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Here’s the thread: Yet another tire size thread
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Indeed the one. Maybe he has more to say on them.
I've enjoyed my Falkens so far, but I've had them for less than a year and they're already significantly worn down. Come to find out this a common complaint. Very eager to try Geolandars, hopefully they last longer. I have a feeling I'll be in need by new years at this rate.
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