I pretty much kind of just started pulling things apart. I did read at some point on Facebook that the sliding window assemblies are just pushed out from the inside. It’s definitely easier if it’s been in the sun for awhile. One side was warmer and much easier than the shaded side. Then I just started unscrewing everything I could.
Thanks man! I’ve really loved driving this truck around. So much so dare I say it might replace my cruiser on longer trips and whatnot down the road to leave my cruiser in better shape. I’d say it’s still in its early phases so there should be a lot more down the road.Love this build, can't believe that I am just now reading this.
Yeah those are easily my favorite. If I could have any Toyota truck of any vintage, it would be an 79+ first gen truck. Then maybe a new TRD Pro tundra I’d they hadn’t ruined it without the double hood scoopI had a 1982 Toyota truck long bed aka HiLux that had that same front end. I loved that truck, I should have never sold it.
Yeah that was one of the first things I did so the heater worked. I think it might just be the way it is.Try taking apart the hvac box where the blower motor is attach under the glovebox. My 4runner was too blowing very weak after an AC charge. I open mines up and found dirt ,leaves, dust that had form since 89 .
Thanks Zach! Looking forward to seeing more updates and travels with yours when you back to it. I can’t wait for cooler weather to hit so I can get out and enjoy mine. Definitely going to hit up the ozarks at least once this fall.I love this build. Keep it up. We will be reunited with our 1st gen at Christmas and I am counting down the days.