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I noticed those as well. My first thought was all the spare parts making your wheeler a little lighter and more efficient.
 

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For my Youtube channel, I often walk the junkyards.

Yesterday I spotted a 3.4l 4runner with a 4.30 ratio and Elocker, so I was there bright and early with my bolt cutters and sawzall to score a 123.00 locker!

I won't be putting it in until after I have the thing running under its own power, but it's nice to be able to grab things when I find them.


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For my Youtube channel, I often walk the junkyards.

Yesterday I spotted a 3.4l 4runner with a 4.30 ratio and Elocker, so I was there bright and early with my bolt cutters and sawzall to score a 123.00 locker!

I won't be putting it in until after I have the thing running under its own power, but it's nice to be able to grab things when I find them.


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that's a steal.
 

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Flywheel is done, this LCE flywheel weighs 38 lbs, a stock 3.4 flywheel is 26 lbs, a stock 22re flywheel that most people seem to swap from is 22 lbs.

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Wanted to get more done over the weekend, but got sucked into a step install on the inlaws yard truck.

Stupid steps bolt to the rockers, and they don't have any rockers lol.

Anyway, I did get the V6 crossmember cleaned up, got my trans setback plate welded to it, and got a coat of paint on it.

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