Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Toy
#53
[url=http://http://http//www.arcticoffroad.com/forum....jpg[/IMG][url=http://http://www.arcticoffroad.com/forum/galle...?i=8223][/[url=http://http://www.arcticoffroad.com/forum/galle...i=8223]URL][COLOR="Silver"]

---------- Post added at 10:57 am ---------- Previous post was at 10:57 am ----------

[/COLOR]I have to say I like that axle position a lot!
now for some fender trimming!

nice work don!
Reply
#54
I redid the motor mounts and backing plates for the frame, I also repositioned the axle back a few inches. I like how the engine is sitting now, but I went to far on the axle. It's time to cut the front axle off again and try to push it forward about 1" or less to get a better shackle angle. This time I will remember to keep all the markings so I will have a base line to work from, last time I ground / cleaned everything up and lost that, so I was strarting from scratch
Reply
#55
Did you end up keeping the stock exhaust? If so, does yours have a huge block of metal on the drivers side rear exhaust manifold?

On Kael's motor there is about a 2" presumably solid chunck of cast metal that is in the way of the steering shaft.
Is it solid? can I sawzall it off to move the motor more towards center?
Reply
#56
I pulled the toyota in last Sunday. I hope to start reworking the front suspension Saturday morning. I down loaded the diagram for my fuse block that I hope will work for that engine.
Reply
#57
I will be out there to help Saturday.
Reply


Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)