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 Post subject: Re: Will's 91 4-door 4Runner
PostPosted: Thu Apr 25, 2013 10:43 pm 
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he is using 1.5" wheel spacers up front, on solid axle hubs and vented rotors/v-6 calipers, not sure what his back spacing is, but he wishes it was less.. as his tire kisses the spring at full turn




he got his sliders on (just in time, as he is going to Fordyce this coming weekend.. 8) and he got the Warn 9500 T.I. (my old winch) mounted, just has to locate a standard metal Hawse for his metal cable, as his roller wont fit with the TG bumper


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 Post subject: Re: Will's 91 4-door 4Runner
PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2013 9:07 am 
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I think parts mike has those haws fairleads for metal cable, thanks for posting up about the hubs and spacers. Im planning on being just under full width (67.5) linked, so no issue's with spring contact...... maybe if I get up to auburn I can look at the clearance between the rim/tire and tierod end. When I had 15" rims with 3.75 backspc there was only about 1/2 in between the tire and the tierod end. On the new set up I would hope 17's would clear all the steering junk.

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