Dezert or bust. 87 Single cab Yota rehab.

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Jan 19, 2010
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Finished steering minus damper, 5/8 carbide masonry bit was used. drilled through the centerlink with ease.

Found a local shop to fill the rear shocks with nitro. $20 for the pair. good deal. 4 wheel specialties unlimited.

still need to work on brakes but zip tied the resis for now and drove back streets to 7/11. victory arizona iced tea test drive and Sum carb tuning.
Was backfiring on decel, like gun fire loud. opened up the throttle plate a bit for more air flow when throttle plate slaps shut, seemed to help alot.

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Been lagging on the yota project, work, holidays, etc.

Waiting for good weather to finish painting fenders.

Some progress tho.

-New Brake master installed, she now stops! yay.
-Rear wiring harness cleaned up and wrapped
-working brake and running lights.
-little to no backfire out of the tail pipe after some small tweaks, timing and carb adj.

Still needs a rear wheel bearing. sounds pretty bad, and Steering is a dog too. trying to problem solve the issue.

The positive camber it has + fabtech spindles + 15x8 lug centric wheels = large positive scrub radius. If i could dial the camber it will help, also 15x7 wheels or less offset in the front would make a big difference.

Picture isnt perfectly accurate, but gives a rough idea where its at.
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