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Thread: 1995 Toyota Tacoma

  1. #21
    No updates yet I am waiting for warmer weather so I can ride my motorcycle while the truck is torn apart.

    Eric
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  2. #22
    Check on the Toyota recalls. Some of the tundra's were recalled for rusty frames. If this is one of the cars you bring it in and the dealer switchs the frame for free.
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  3. #23
    The guy I got the truck from looked into them. They are good for 15 years after the truck is purchased. When the recall first started the truck wasn't rusty enough and by the time it got rusty enough it was to old for the recall. Oh well. I am happy with the truck as it is.

    Eric
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  4. #24
    matteh99,

    2 things.

    A - Take nothing for granted.
    B - Updates! Name:  whip.gif
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Size:  5.9 KB You started it. You had best get to working on it. The internet is an unforgiving mistress. I expect this thing to be road ready by term.

  5. #25
    I haven't had time to do any metal work or work on the truck yet.

    This is what I have been up to



    And a bunch more work inside the house which I don't have pictures of.

    Eric
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    Eric:
    That tired me out just watching!!
    Cheers,
    Art R.

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  7. #27
    With the lost posts, this is like Deja vu all over again
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    Me personally,I have never seen anyone use boards to deck the roof,in my life time.Either plywood,or osb sheets is what I have always used and seen used.I know before my time 1x? was used all the time.Is it more sturdy that way?
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    Eric, thanks for sharing.
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  10. #30
    I have one half of the house almost all painted inside. I have to move in next week so it is crunch time
    Longevity LC-520D (ordered, Delivered, works great)
    Longevity Pro-Black Welding helmet, works great
    Pexto 137 shear (my latest toy)

    Personal website
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    Where I work.
    www.roadinosaur.com
    www.mattsrepair.com

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