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Toyota Truggy

cj7

Administrator
Staff member
Joined
Jul 8, 2013
might as well start a thread. Going to build Tigger a Toyota truggy. Been thinking of all tube or buy a chassis ( a body and frame, not a built chassis ) and start from there. She likes the idea of a cab, so its going to be a chassis.

What I know it will have..

37" tires on beadlocks
dual cases with 4.7
hydro assist or full hydro
leaf spring to start.. maybe 4 link rear and keep the frt on leaves to start.
Exo cage
22r
propane
toy axles

this won't be a fast build.. but going to slowly start gathering up parts and pieces. I think I have found the truck, will know more soon.

We are open to ideas.. the main thing will be safe, low, slow n nimble..
 

Blitz

Active member
Joined
Jul 20, 2013
I know where a decent truck is sitting. may be about to get it fairly cheap.
 

Ramman84

Well-known member
Joined
Aug 3, 2013
There's a 86 Toyota truck with a 350/350/toy case drive train on 1/2 ton axles for 950 in humble
 

cj7

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Staff member
Joined
Jul 8, 2013
There's a 86 Toyota truck with a 350/350/toy case drive train on 1/2 ton axles for 950 in humble
Thanks.. but we are going with the one Brent460 has.





Thanks, for the hookup, Brent... smokin
 

mnmstoy

New member
Joined
Jul 10, 2013
Good start. lose the body lift on the cab. Do some rear leafs up front (RUF) in my opinion dual stock cases will do just fine. Hi steer with hydro assist. Weld the rear third member and a lunchbox locker up front. Most of my upgrades came from Trail Gear. I did buy a Marlin 1200HD clutch and flywheel. Longfields were nice but if she doesn't hammer the skinny pedal stockers will do just fine.
Going to be a good build. Call me when you want to get started.
Keep the pictures coming.
 

Tigger

Administrator
Joined
Jul 8, 2013
Good start. lose the body lift on the cab. Do some rear leafs up front (RUF) in my opinion dual stock cases will do just fine. Hi steer with hydro assist. Weld the rear third member and a lunchbox locker up front. Most of my upgrades came from Trail Gear. I did buy a Marlin 1200HD clutch and flywheel. Longfields were nice but if she doesn't hammer the skinny pedal stockers will do just fine.
Going to be a good build. Call me when you want to get started.
Keep the pictures coming.
Thank you Mike !! :)