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Old 09-14-2021, 12:03 PM #211
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Glad you found your rear/upper control arm interference problem. I was going to ask if you had adjusted them out. Those are to adjust the rear dif pinion angle when you do a lift (when you have adjustable ones). Not sure what the pinion angle specs are but you may want to find out and then check yours.
Want both sides to be the same I would guess.
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Got my NTK body mount relocation kit in the mail today! Not looking forward to cutting off the old one but canít wait to have this donít and extra clearance made.

Spent some time hammering some more on the wheel well pinch weld where it still rubber way at the bottom. I am fairly confident I can fit 37s with a bit of sledge hammer work up front and clear everything.. but the rear is rubbing both the door and bumper so Iím order to fit them there is need to cut the bumper back an inch, weld it shut again, and slide the axle back back some.. when itís time for a tire change Iíll definitely revisit the ideaÖ however the thought of daily driving on 37 and having to change out wheel bearing almost yearly bc of it doesnít sound too fun.. lol. If I ever go long travel Iím definitely going to be rocking 37s no questions asked.. but the rig is so capable now(and all new lol) that itís impossible to justify the cost and time to do it.. would look good though..

I also spent some time cutting down and beating flat on the remainder of the radiator support that you could see sticking out from behind the bumper, much better.

Canít wait to pick up and swap out the Transfer Case.. Iíve been itching for a project and this one is looking like it may be VERY minimal total cost for what Iím gonna end up with .. may only end up running me 200 bucks out of pocket







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Weíll, in preparation for doing the mount relocation I figured instead of spending $50 bucks on cutting blades Iíll add a few more and get a cheap Amazon plasma cutter. Not the cheapest, but still cheap enough that I donít expect to last very long, but should suffice for the job coming up plus will make life easier once I get going on fabricating the lower link mount and shock mount skid guards. Canít wait to try it out.


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Weíll, in preparation for doing the mount relocation I figured instead of spending $50 bucks on cutting blades Iíll add a few more and get a cheap Amazon plasma cutter. Not the cheapest, but still cheap enough that I donít expect to last very long, but should suffice for the job coming up plus will make life easier once I get going on fabricating the lower link mount and shock mount skid guards. Canít wait to try it out.


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I have the same one, works pretty well, even on 120v
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I have the same one, works pretty well, even on 120v
Just realized I posted a really crappy blurry picture of it... but thats really awesome to hear man! Gives me a bit more peace of mind. I don't expect it to perform VERY good or last too long at the price point it's at, but at the same time too there really isn't all that many projects I have on the list to use it for so I couldn't justify a $600+ unit. But low $200.. yes please it should pay for itself in time and money not spent on additional cut off wheels.
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Well.. sure glad I asked for pictures of the tcase before going to pick it up. Not sure how they got it screwed up.. but the manual t case out of the 2015 4runner is not a manual tcase lol. I would have been PISSED if I drove 1.5 hours round trip for this thing.. lol.

They are showing an actual FJ cruiser case in stock with 139k miles for the same price so Iím having them check on that now. Hopefully itís still there and I can pick it up tomorrow.


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And speaking of the tcase.. (which we are sorting out now, they have a 2007 FJ with 118k miles for even cheaper that is coming out of a mom mobile that looks like itís never seen any use at all) I got the first round of goodies to make the conversion happen.. Iím sure itíll take some fabricating but I think these should work out nice.

Just got an email that my driveshaft spacer is on its way as well for delivery those weekend. If Sunday wasnít our anniversary with the wife Iíd have this thing in the rig by the end of the weekend ! Lol



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