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wizzo

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After beat'n up my Toyota pretty good, i decided it was time for a tube chassis. i need something that will hopefully last for a good while and take some abuse. i kept just a few parts from my yota to use in the buggy.

specs are:
6.0L stock internals (for now) w/ efi live tune, kevko pan, hooker headers
th350 rebuilt by WOD (from yota)
dana 300 with jb conversions 32 spline outputs and 1350 yokes
dana 60 front w/ 5.13 gears, welded, artec truss, ctm joints, superior shafts throughout, yukon drive flanges, 1350 yoke
14 bolt rear w/ 5.13 gears, welded, artec truss and bridge, gubni disc brake conversion, 1350 yoke
PSC full hydro sytem w/ double ended ram (from yota)
2" 7075 lowers w/ 1.25 QA1 heims from WOD
1 3/4 uppers w/ 7/8 ruff stuff heims
14" bilstein coilovers front
17" bilstein coilovers rear
corbeau seats and harnesses (from yota)
16 gallon fuel cell with walbro internal pick ups from WOD
39" red labels (from yota) on 17" KMC bead locks

Few pics

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wizzo

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this is how it's sit'n at the moment

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still got a ways, need to wire, plumb, make aluminum floors, panals and skins and i'm sure few other things but hope to be finishing this up in the next lil bit :driving:
 

wizzo

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engine firewall is done, part of the floors are in. working on plumbing when i have time this week. so not a whole lot to see right now but making progress. going to summertown and wooly's this weekend so nothing major will get done until the following weekend.

oneton - you started on that chassis you picked up?
 

wizzo

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fuel system is plumbed, radiator lines are run, coils are on. took it up to my buddy josh's shop on sunday and he wired the engine and helped joe and i work on the floor. got the buggy over at my work and i'll be coming in and knock'n out about 3 hrs before work starts until this is done.

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wizzo

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belly skid
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engine skid
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arp studs finally showed up today, front end will go back together tonight and goin for a test ride tomorrow. hopefully it will get skins and a hood before new years......
 

wizzo

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first trip out went great! have some cable linkage problems at the transfer case, it's get'n fixed at the moment. skins and hood next week

no hood or skins
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wizzo

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thanks! got the hose from a local rubber and gasket company. they said it would hold up to the water temps and pressure, it's pretty thick. not sure what it's called or the brand. i can get more info if you like, just let me know.

zjtrey said:
great looking buggy dude!

what kind of hose are u running for the radiator?

Thanks!
 

zjtrey

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if you don't care id like to know more..

I'm running hydraulic return line for mine and it needs to be replaced because i've had to couple it too many times- hopefully i can find something a little cheaper to replace it
 

ETO

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zjtrey said:
if you don't care id like to know more..

I'm running hydraulic return line for mine and it needs to be replaced because i've had to couple it too many times- hopefully i can find something a little cheaper to replace it

While not very cheap this is what i am running on my buggy.

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/FRA-862016/

Or if you want something that can handle a little higher temp they have this but its a good bit more and has a smaller ID.

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/FRA-841016/
 

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