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Old 01-29-2010, 04:35 PM
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Brian, did you ever get that project 80 buttoned up

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I used the 3.4 flywheel, clutch, and disc. The 3.0 throwout bearing must be used with the 3.0 belhousing.
That's what I am running.

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You have to measure the tranny etc. but if you like you can measure mine when you come over to fab the crossover. FAIK the R150 and 151 are extremely close dimensionally. Internally they are VERY close. Same rebuild kit.
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Old 01-29-2010, 05:14 PM
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Awesome. I think I might try a slightly higher performance clutch from the Clutch Dr. They have really reasonable prices. Any thoughts on this?
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Brian, did you ever get that project 80 buttoned up

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Not yet, the Groove is paying the bills and that is it. I need to finish some side jobs and sell a car to make some money.

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That's what I am running.

Of course, I am just the dad and everything....





You have to measure the tranny etc. but if you like you can measure mine when you come over to fab the crossover. FAIK the R150 and 151 are extremely close dimensionally. Internally they are VERY close. Same rebuild kit.
The transmissions are very similar, I'm thinking the gear drive case is shorter then the chain drive by an inch or two.

Edit: Justin, if you want to discuss wiring you should come over one time. I can bring home the paper manuals to make it easier then online.
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Old 01-29-2010, 07:39 PM
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Justin, if you want to discuss wiring you should come over one time. I can bring home the paper manuals to make it easier then online.
Sounds good. Should I bring the harness too?
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I managed to get the inner bed panels off and a lot of other stuff too.

This is the extent of the rust damage:





This is how far I got today after about three hours of spare time.



The tranny is hangin and the engine is about ready to come out.



It all comes out tomorrow and hopefully the crossover pipe will be well on its way.
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Will the 3.4 4Runner fuel pump fit/work in my 88 truck?
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Oh, I was also in the 4Runner when an undocumented Ford Explorer driver decided red lights were optional. Believe me. Quite the experience. Saved the life of a bicyclist. Red Chili I was heroic.

I think it was God's way of showing His power over adversity, myself... twice now. Just keeps getting better, and it keeps rising from the dead.

let's not forget that less than an hour and a half later you were drinking a barley pop at my house...

"sorry we're late, bill had a bit of an accident on the way over and we had to go home and switch trucks"

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Will the 3.4 4Runner fuel pump fit/work in my 88 truck?
Yes it should, you will need to modify it slightly. You want to install the walbro 190 right?
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Old 01-29-2010, 10:21 PM
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Ya if money permits. I may have to use the one from my Runner until I can afford it. What do you need to modify?
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