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I am running a 97 4runner in the golden state and after a quarter million miles of abuse it is time to 'refresh' the motive systems. My desire is to get a diesel clip from a surf model and make the changes, but CA has it in their mind to save the planet one obstruction at a time. After a lot of ping pong between the DMV and the CARB I still don't have anything to substantiate just what requirements I have to meet to complete the registration. (beyond move to Arizona.) A couple post from Moses lends to a suspicion that there may be some real documentation somewhere. So I am putting out
We live at a semi-rural town, and Toyota 4x4s dot the landscape and roads as far as the eye can see! Last week, I was walking our tri-mix Australian Shepherd, Maggie, across a field to the local Starbucks, her favorite hangout. Over a quarter-mile away, I could see a lifted, white-red-and black truck standing tall on big tires. From a distance, I thought, "Ford, Chevy or Dodge Ram?...That's a big, aggressive looking truck!" Well, it was a Tundra, and it did look tough! We have Tundras in the family, one brother-in-law pulls a travel trailer. He's talked about front brake rotor iss
Toyota entered the U.S. truck market with the Stout pickup in the mid-'sixties, a truck with an identity crisis...U.S. trucks were large and mostly V-8 powered, and the Stout limped into the picture with a scaled down chassis and four-cylinder engine. Great for a 2nd or 3rd World hauler, ill-suited for the recently completed, high speed interstate highway system in America. The Stout was remarkably well-built, truly a benchmark for Toyota. In the U.S.A., the Stout's largest success is its current collectibility as an iconic, cult classic—like many of the Japanese motorcycles from that era.