Type: Posts; User: seanpistol
If you go to CBI... have them be able to make a copy so I can get one :)
I'm requesting an update-
The ol devil's slide-
That's standard. I did mine for $250 in parts and it took about 6 hours. There is even a three part video on how to do it on youtube...
If you can turn a wrench and can read you can do it yourself.
A 7.3L can easily, safely- get 400hp and 800 lb feet while getting 15-20 mpg. Can't do that in a gas job.
I have Dynapro AT Ms and I have had them balanced three times trying to get rid of their high speed shake. I've wondered if it's a characteristic of the tire along with people that don't know how to...
open to trades, let me know what ya got!
Edit: well, since the posting expired, guess I don't have to dream any longer
Except a diesel.
It would be a damn shame to put anything else in that truck.
CVs usually click when they're bad. Keep the uniballs clean and lubed. They shouldn't pop, but get squeaky. The bushing for the UCA take special grease, gotta loosen the bolt that goes through them...
Comonnn... do it right and swap in a diesel. Powerstroke or Cummins, but I'd go with the 7.3L and a 6 speed................
bump for a price drop, $800!!!
The Air Lift bags also require drilling of the frame. http://wheelersoffroad.com/product/air-lift-317925/air-lift-air-spring-kit-59530-for-99-06-tundra/
Airbags are on my very near future list of things to get done. I'm real interested to hear more about the cradles and how those work for you, maybe with a handful of photos of them while articulated...
Sweet. I really like the light hoops on your bumper. I'm about to start making a bumper for my 1st gen Tundra and am going to try to style some light hoops after yours.
This is still my favorite truck on this site. Camper looks great.
Selling a 9500lb Ramsey Patriot winch. It's in great shape. Comes with a synthetic Viking line and thimble. It's located in Salt Lake City- local pickup would be ideal, but I can ship on your dime....
hmm... maybe enough of us have bugged them that they're starting to change their mind.
There are some nightmare reviews from these guys on Tundrasolutions. I'm personally thinking about going this route-...
Read up- http://www.tundrasolutions.com/forums/1gen-tundra/208610-is-life-over-my-rear-end/
The rotors, calipers and pads are Napa. The rotors have a lifetime warranty against warpage and I'm not sold on drilled and/or slotted.
I had a bad experience with Centric shoes (could be because...
Installed the larger, upgraded calipers and new rotors today. I had been dealing with warped rotors for quite a while. Immediately I have no more steering shimmy on the highway. I needed new pads, so...