I've actually been sending out my resume to places in CO. I'd like to get out of the heat and move somewhere that actually has something other than flat.
x2. Houston is miserable right now. Working in the garage today was oppressive :yikes: And I think the most elevation change we have around here are the highway overpassesI'd like to get out of the heat and move somewhere that actually has something other than flat.
Thanks! Everytime I see clean 1st gens like yours and the others on here, it makes me think of what might have been if I would have kept it. But then I remember how hot it is here and how I didnt have A/C, as well as how much it was lacking in the streetability category.I definately liked the Old Blue OX better (1st gen 4Runners are near and dear to me ombviously) but boy does that new truck look GREAT mate... I love the Rhino-Lined flares and the ARB bumper. Plus it's a Toyota so...
Love what you've done already, and knowing how well you built her predescessor I con only imagine this new rig will be a great truck to replace her. PLus you've got to love being able to get out of your own way on the road... I've forgoten what a fast truck feels like 4.10's 33's and a 22RE have a way of keeping the pace nice and slow eh HAHAHAHA
ANywho, love the truck mate.
HAHAHAHAHA Yeah I drive my Mom's TDI Jetta Wagon and it litteraly feels like my old Watter-Cooled VW's that caused me so much trouble with the law in years past. I get back in my 4Runner and just kind of enjoy puttering around. At least it's got good low-end torque like a truck should. I don't need to go fast in a lifted 4wd but it would be nice to be able to get up and get her moving a little more eh. 4.88's are on their way so that'll help.I know how you feel, my 84 had a 22r, 31s and 4.10s and then I went to my V8 Tundra, it was like stepping into a rocketship!