Cheap headers leak and crack and suck. The Toyota HiLux Pickup Truck The Toyota HiLux is known as the or just the Toyota Truck in the United States. SellerTypeFilter selectedSellerTypeList, null ; sellerTypeFilter. So definitely not safe, but I am not driving it this week until I get that master cylinder That is a really nice pickup you have there! I wanna drive more than to and from the trail though. So heres what I want advice about.
I thought it looked awesome! It had a solid front axle and leaf suspension. I bought a full urethane busing kit from Energy suspension. I am sure you get stupid requests from college kids like me all the time! This transfer case is unique in that its low-range reduction portion can be replicated, using what some refer to as a dual or triple transfer case. Here again, I had to order mine and wait 3 or 4 months to get it, but it is worth it I think. Content for window sticker is based on inspection, research, or information provided from previous owners. We reiterate that it is by far the nicest early 80s Toyota 4x4 truck that still exists.
I highly recommend brake mods, especially if you go to bigger tires. You have I nice clean truck there. Ideally I'd like to take the Trans-American Trail, but it'll probably take a few trips for all of that to happen. On the 38 both barrels open at the same time, too much carb for a 22r. It has a nice spare tire mounted under the bed. Ultimately this is what I want: Thanks man! Just lift and lock it and enjoy. The emergency brake is completely different, but it just required fabricating some new linkage bits that I mounted on the transmission cross member.
If it has drum brakes all around, consider adding discs up front at the least. Under some circumstances, very few, I would trailer it. I understand about being on a budget, but don't buy a cheap header. It has a nice spare tire mounted under the bed. The truck has only 118k original miles, cold factory air condition, 80's graphics and super cool aluminum slotted wheels with nearly new Cooper tires. The most powerful and now most desirable version is the 22R 2. What should I do first? It still has its original steering wheel too! This truck is equipped with factory front power disk brakes.
Already had front disk brakes on the front. It might take a little longer to get it all together, but your wallet won't be hit as hard. The guy had it in his front yard for months I was told. But I am the 3rd documented owner and I have a bunch of service records on it so it's alright. All the lights, wipers, horn etc work. I bought a Northwest Try-Y for my 1980.
I can afford a payment on a newer nicer truck, but it's just not what I want so I'm not going to put myself into that. It's not that I'm against trailering it. I really like tube beds though, but don't know if I wanna do that just anytime soon but it's a possibility. Are you looking to buy your dream classic car? Also, the places I want to wheel are farther than I want to drive it. In the engine bay which all appears brand new is Toyota's 2.
These trucks are great fun. I have seen a lot of guys do some butcher jobs on the swap though. So, I guess that's my story behind how I got it And since then I have posted to sell it twice, only to change my mind and tighten by grip on her. In North American markets the Hilux known as the pickup saw the use of four-wheel drive. We also like to recommend this truck as potential excellent long term investment truck purchase and hold for 10+ years. Transmission swap is out of my league, I'm only 18, I still have much to learn! I got an '80 this summer with no rust.
The manual transmission shifts smooth with a good clutch and the 4 wheel drive functions properly in both high and low range. The original radio is still in the dash and the truck has a perfect dash. Brakes are my 2 thing after suspension and tires on any vehicle I purchase. I have had a few and I speak from experience. These cars are mechanically sound, fully functional, and are normally enjoyed on the weekends and for special occasions in good weather. All my trunnion bearing and wheel bearing came in Tuesday. I trailer because of the peace of mind it provides knowing I can run the shit out of it and know I still have a way home if I break.
Well the passenger side wheel cylinder and the clutch master cylinder both decided to crap out yesterday. The interior is clean and well kept. Classics on Autotrader is your one-stop shop for the best classic cars, muscle cars, project cars, exotics, hot rods, classic trucks, and old cars for sale. I fabricated a new transmission cross member for mine and got the shift boots and trim from an 85. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title.