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Rear Cargo Area Config.
Last update: 8-21-06
 Project: Lower SAS Lift - 33" Tires
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1989 U.S. Pick-up Brochure
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Honda EU1000i Generator
Last update: 9-13-06 - new
1989 Australian Hilux Brochure
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Rear Canopy Truck Tent
Last update: 3-13-06
Other Expedition 4x4s
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Shifter Seat Replacment
Last update: 12-6-05
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2007 FJ Cruiser Tech Info
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SR5 Gauge Cluster Swap
Last update: 10-29-05
My Dad's 2001 Tacoma
Last update: 11-01-05
WCOR Long Arm IFS (2 parts)
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My Dad's Old 1969 FJ40
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33" Tires, minmal lift
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Toyota PU/4Runner History
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3.0 V-6 Headgasket Recall
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Select Scanned Manual Pages
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DOA Timing Chain Kit
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In Februrary, 2007, we purchased a new Expedition 4x4...a 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser FZJ80.  Our faithful 1989 Toyota
pick-up was retired.  It has served us well, but the Land Cruiser meets our needs much better.  All of the old tech articles will
remain, but new tech articles will primarily be focused on the forthcoming build up of our Land Cruiser as we begin it's
transformation into a true Expedition 4x4.   Those articles and information can be found on our new...

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