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Old 03-02-2012, 11:26 AM #91
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You should do a seafoam treatment, it works wonders.
Did it a year ago. And I almost wonder if that contributed because it cleans things out. Some of the carbon may have deposited there
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you could put seafoam in the crankcase, and it might very well work wonders at cleaning all that out. ( I have considered this and did it once-small amount of seafoam) the danger with that is knocking to much sludge loose and clogging either the screen on your oil pick up tube in the pan, or clogging some critical oil passage. (I'm no engineer, I have no idea how the cooling or oil passages are constructed in this vehicle-diameter and such).

Just some food for thought. Also, here is some good reading.
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you could put seafoam in the crankcase, and it might very well work wonders at cleaning all that out. ( I have considered this and did it once-small amount of seafoam) the danger with that is knocking to much sludge loose and clogging either the screen on your oil pick up tube in the pan, or clogging some critical oil passage. (I'm no engineer, I have no idea how the cooling or oil passages are constructed in this vehicle-diameter and such).

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Oil Sludge Monster Attacks!! - YotaTech Forums
Wow those pictues are amazing! Thats really bad. I could do the seafoam, but its not gonna get the carbon out of there. I'll just have to pull it apart when it warms up and clean it out
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LC coils and shocks installed

Today my LC coils and brand new OEM LC Tokico shocks came in. I got them from cj80cruiser. Shocks were still in the bag unopened. He said the coils have around 90k on them.

Theyre marked double pink, blue and white, so I believe they are 7.5 wraps. They lifted me another 2.25" above the Performance Products coils putting me around 4.5" from stock. Thats about what I was expecting, and is more lift than I want. My plan from the beggining was to install them to see the inital lift, and then cut them down to give me between 3" to 3.25". So thats what Im gonna do tomorrow.

I also have a set of front Tundra/bilsteins on the way, so look for that update soon!

Side by side of the PP and LC coils.

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New LC shocks and old KYB shocks. The LC shocks are 2.75" longer than the KYB's, which are around 1.5" longer than my stock shocks were. I installed the coils and drove it around for a few minutes before putting on the LC shocks. The KYBs definately were'nt long enough. I could feel them lock out a few times over larger bumps.

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And the rake with 4.5" rear lift and 1.75" front lift. The picture is really deceiving because the rear end is sitting in a lower spot than the front end. My driveway isnt level. On level ground theres alot of rake going on. Just compare the front and rear wheel to fender gap. You can tell theres a huge difference

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Im guessing the Tundra set up will give me around 2.25" front lift. Then Ill cut the LC coils to give around 3.25" in the rear. This will give a subtle but noticable rake which is what I want.

I was surprised to find that these rode pretty similar to my PP and KYB combo. Still pretty stiff. Maybe a little more bouncy feeling. But I dont think Ill really be able to tell until I get the tundra set up on the front.
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Looks good, but I don't think cutting the coils is a good idea...... They are manufactured the way they are on both ends so that they seat properly in the perches.... cutting material from either end could cause some safety issues.

Also, cutting them in the center, and trying to weld them back is also not a good idea, as you change the metals characteristics.

I would simply get some adjustable coilovers for the front, and try to level it out that way..... much safer.

Sorry for being such a downer......
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Looks good, but I don't think cutting the coils is a good idea...... They are manufactured the way they are on both ends so that they seat properly in the perches.... cutting material from either end could cause some safety issues.

Also, cutting them in the center, and trying to weld them back is also not a good idea, as you change the metals characteristics.

I would simply get some adjustable coilovers for the front, and try to level it out that way..... much safer.

Sorry for being such a downer......
I completely understand your concern fightman. I had the same concern for cutting them. But theres a member here on the forum who did the same thing. He cut from the top, and just took off a few inches and hes been running them for a while now with no issues. The bottom obviously cant be cut as it is more narrow to sit in the grove. For the top though, the diameter of the coil is the same throughout. The only difference would be that there wouldnt be quite as much flat portion to seat. But I think the weight of the vehicle will compress the top of the coil enough into the 1/2" rubber seat portion of the cones to seat flat.
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On the other hand though fightman youre right. The ends of the coils are designed the way they are specifically so they will sit in the top and bottom seats properly. I will take a very close look tomorrow at how they are seated under the weight of the vehicle, and consider carefully how much room there is to modify them.
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Cool..... I'd just hate for you to either:

A) Compromise the safety of the truck

OR

B) Ruin a perfectly good set of LC coils



Keep us posted as to what you decide to do man! Good luck!
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I know it was over a month ago but if you want the console lid to look better you could remove the inner black plastic by unscrewing all the tiny little screws of the lid and then fold the leather inside and then put the inner plastic back in over that.
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Well Im a little confused. I thought the LC 7.5 wraps were suppose to give around around 3.5 of lift, and as mentioned above they gave me 4.5. I also thought they were supposed to ride nice, and these things are pretty stiff.

So this is 225 lbs of bricks in the back of my truck . . .

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And the coils dont even feel it. Didnt drop an inch with the added weight. And ride is exactly the same.

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Holy rake batman!

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Installed custom fog lights: Hella Micro DE's

Took a break from the suspension stuff today to install my Hella Micro DE's. My runner is a 98, so no stock headlights, or housing for them. I would love to say Im the first one to do this, however Im not. Blcktpgstr did this to his old valance before he put on his ARB. But I did it my way, no help or instructions.

I'll include a brief write up in case someone else wants to do this and borrow some ideas.

Stock bumper before any modification

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Here is the plastic tubing I used. Its not technically PVC pipe. I found it in a completely different section of the hardware store. PVC comes in whole inch sizes. This piece has an inside diameter of 2.5" to match the holes. As you can see in the photo I had already cut it. I cut off the wider portion on the end, and then cut the rest in half at an angle. Youll see why the ange is needed in the next photo

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Hole drilled using a 2.5" hole saw bit. This was after a lot of time doing very precise measurements. PVC is already on in this picture. I forgot to take any pictures of just the hole. There you can see the angle. I made the initial cut as close as possible using a hack say which is all I had, and then fine fitted it with a file and sand paper. Alot of back and forth - sanding and then test fitting. It would have been so nice to have power tools for this! I used a plastic two part bonding agent to connect it to the valance. It looks sloppy, but is very strong

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Custom bracket in place. I just used a very simple L angle that I found at Ace. Had to make one cut to make it fit, and then bend it to the perfect postion. Its a pretty thick and sturdy piece of metal

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And here is the fog light in place. At this point I should backtrack a bit. To get the proper location for drilling the 2.5" hole, I first mounted the fog light, and then finished the PVC piece. This allowed me to see roughly where the hole would need to be located to be centered with the light. I positioned the PVC in place so that there was an equal gap between the light and the PVC housing at every point around the circumfrence, and made my marks for the cut-out.

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Front view with light in place

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As you can see I still need to clean it up a bit. I plan on sanding it with a rough grit, and then going to something very fine. Id like to find some sort of gasket or cover to put on the front edge to make it look really professional.
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well done sir. let us know how you like it after some real world tests.
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Just finished wiring the fog lights a while back. Wow, am I impressed with the output. Its like having a second set of headlights. Extreamly good light pattern and very adjustable the way I mounted them. This is the most intensive and custom moddification Ive made to my truck, and by far the most practical and useable thing Ive done. I will use these a lot. For all the 96-98 guys out there I would definately reccommend this. A set of auxilary lights would have been much easier. But I wanted a factory look, and I think these turned out great. Aux lights may come in the future

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well done sir. let us know how you like it after some real world tests.
Will do. I drove it around for a while after the install and they increase visibility a ton.

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Thank you sir. And I made sure to include that you were the originator of this idea. And a great idea it was!
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