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Cheese
12-06-2011, 10:45 PM
Adrian Flygt here, I have had the pleasure of meeting many of you in my past life working in Toyota shops in the south, now I am actively turning that page and spinning of my complete but now neglected 95 4runner.

As projects never sell for what you have into them, any good rules of thumb y'all have used?

Specs listed below, it was a web wheelers dream, and I am sad to think about it leaving, but it is time.

1995 Toyota 4 Runner, second owner
Drivetrain-
3.4 Swap completed by Off Road Solutions, Summer 2004
Completed with low mile (under 30k 4R engine), 50k on swap
Auto tranny from Tacoma, dual cases with Marlin adaptor
4.7 Gears in second case
FROR Twinsticks
Axles-
Custom Diamond axles from FROR, 67" front/64" rear
Custom inners, 30 Spline Longfields in front
Custom 4340 Poly Performance rear axles
8" HP 5.29 Precision Gears w/ARB in front
8" Standard 5.29 Precision Gears w/ARB in rear

Suspension-
FROR SAS kit with 4" Alcan Springs in front, Summer 2005
12" Fox Reservoir Shocks and Air Bumps
FROR U-Bolt Flip
Xtreme Engineering 4-link with 12" Reservoir SAW 2.0" coilovers, Winter 2005

Protection-
Rockstomper Bolt-On Sliders with Rockware added kick outs
Rockware Custom rear bumper with tail light hoops
Xtreme Engineering Custom from bumper with Warn 9.5XP winch and 3/8 Amsteel rope

Other Bits-
ARP Knuckle and Hub studs
Stainless ARB lines/adaptors
Aluminum fuel cell with Toyota sending unit
4Crawler 1" Bodylift
PSC Powersteering Pump w/Reservoir
Rockstomper Ram for Hydraulic Assist
Wet Okole Seat Covers
5 37" MT/R's on OMF 15x8.5" beadlocks, less than 5k miles

TIMZTOY
12-06-2011, 11:07 PM
hard to price.. need pics..

JadeRunner
12-07-2011, 08:25 AM
I don't have any selling advice for you Adrian. Sorry to hear to are parting with your 4Runner. I assume you have more education\career related priority's to worry about. So good luck and I hope you sweet runner finds a nice home.

Red_Chili
12-07-2011, 08:59 AM
It's a sweet runner. Adrian, do need pix. Body damage/rough usage? Or TLC all its wheeling life?

Cheese
12-07-2011, 12:11 PM
Body is clean and straight, one pock mark on the driver's rear door, some rust on the top of the tailgate near the window seam.

TLC largely, truck was regularly cleaned and serviced, no real trails on the most recent modifications like the axles and suspension

Need a good host for easy pics, getting more serious about spinning it off. It has sat largely unused for 4.5 years, only the occasional drive. It would be more useful for me to settle some debt and get a diesel truck to drive to lumberjack contests as the Tundra is near its limits.

Host advice for cheapish and easy?

Cheese
12-07-2011, 12:13 PM
Moar.

Bighead
12-07-2011, 01:08 PM
Maybe drop Schaefer a note and see if any of the AZ boys might be interested.