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ttora4runner 2002 Toyota 4runner build

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ttora4runner

Join Date: 2008-11-29
Number of posts: 525

Model: 4Runner

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Post by ttora4runner on Mon Dec 19, 2011 10:06 pm

2002 Toyota 4runner Limited




Current Mod List
Sonoran Steel 1.2 Lift
Front and Belly Bud Built Skids
Stubbs Welding Sliders
Tacoma Whip Antenna
Rear diff breather extension
Elocked Rear Axle
AndyMod v2
Sonoran Steel Rear Lower Links
Lil Skip fuel tank skid

Future:
Shrockworks bumper
PIAA 510's
Lightforce 170's
Blue sea fuse block







I'll be back in Wellton for a day or two this week for Christmas spending sometime with the family.


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Rubiking 02

Join Date: 2011-09-02
Number of posts: 261

Model: Wrangler TJ

Post Re: ttora4runner 2002 Toyota 4runner build

Post by Rubiking 02 on Wed Dec 21, 2011 5:51 am

Another Yota ,, add some color to her FYI to white .... Wellton for Xmas cool , would be nice to run Morgans Wash ,,,,its e z er now due to the recent rains

Liberty

Join Date: 2008-12-06
Number of posts: 62

Model: Rubicon

Post Re: ttora4runner 2002 Toyota 4runner build

Post by Liberty on Fri Dec 23, 2011 10:30 am

Hi Tee,

We were sorry to read of your roll over. Glad you are OK!! Looks like you are the road to recovery with your new Toyota!!

We would love to see you! It has been a long time. Do have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Landon, Marcella and BJ

ttora4runner

Join Date: 2008-11-29
Number of posts: 525

Model: 4Runner

Post Re: ttora4runner 2002 Toyota 4runner build

Post by ttora4runner on Sat Nov 10, 2012 11:06 pm

Haven't update this post in awhile

Lift - Sonoran Steel 1.2A and Stubs Welding Sliders






CB

Finally, got around to installing my CB today minus the antenna.

CB control box is the gray box to the left


The CB


Elocked Rear Axle



Control Panel from left to right - Rear locker dial froma 100 series Landcruiser, center diff lock switch, VSC/Trac off switch (AndyMod 2)



Lil Skips Gas Tank Skid - installed





The under belly of the 4runner showing all (3) skid plates - Bud Built Front and Center Skid and Lil Skips gas tank skid


Toyota Tacoma Baja Style Rims



Sonoran Steel Extreme Duty Lower Links - not yet installed



Not shown Tundra Brake upgrade using the 231mm calipers and Brembo rotors


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ttora4runner

Join Date: 2008-11-29
Number of posts: 525

Model: 4Runner

Post Re: ttora4runner 2002 Toyota 4runner build

Post by ttora4runner on Sat Nov 10, 2012 11:11 pm

Hoping to catch a run with you all this year over Christmas since I'm driving back this time and it's good to see the club up and running still.

Perry

Join Date: 2008-12-02
Number of posts: 1068

Model: Cherokee

Post Re: ttora4runner 2002 Toyota 4runner build

Post by Perry on Sun Nov 11, 2012 9:02 am

ttora4runner wrote:Hoping to catch a run with you all this year over Christmas since I'm driving back this time and it's good to see the club up and running still.

It will be great to see you back here on the trails in Yuma. thumb

ttora4runner

Join Date: 2008-11-29
Number of posts: 525

Model: 4Runner

Post Re: ttora4runner 2002 Toyota 4runner build

Post by ttora4runner on Sun Jan 20, 2013 8:14 pm

Sorry, for posting up late. I wish I could've joined you all for a trail run while I was in Wellton over the holidays but I ended up only spending one day there before going up to Phoneix. I did make a short stop in Sedona Arizone to run Broken Arow where I ended up destroying a CV. Opps!

The trip report can be found here: http://smallfrye-travels.blogspot.com/2012/12/broken-arrow-trail.html

Life ended up throwing me a curve-ball. After the construction projects I was working on in Colorado Springs finished up I was planning to move back to the home office in Utah but my company had other plans and sent me to Sheridan, Wyoming for a year to work on a project. Gotta love the adventure of life.

Keep up all the good work you guys are doing and keeping on exploring. I'll still continue to check in from time to time.

Perry

Join Date: 2008-12-02
Number of posts: 1068

Model: Cherokee

Post Re: ttora4runner 2002 Toyota 4runner build

Post by Perry on Sun Jan 20, 2013 9:27 pm

Sorry we missed you while you were in Yuma. Maybe we will catch you again on the trails at a later date.
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