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  1. I talked to Dean a few weeks ago. If you were going to go to Napa he would make a large window. Because of the age, there are too many irregularities to make a stock window fit. He isn't big on explanations so he just gave you a No Linda S
  2. This sounds like it would work https://www.ebay.com/itm/135082406295?itmmeta=01J0BPP698R6S63R9ZXZH9W136&hash=item1f7389f197:g:X60AAOSw1thl5YMv&itmprp=enc%3AAQAJAAAA4AHdfRHd%2FVNIifMb30frAB%2FNop%2Fgjs3WMKOH7fms9HdyTa3rzrXjXOroXkMVi19EBhahLnxhEtz3OdE5zYVX51Nm0ZDOjJS4Zx4B5ZpvWEzR1gFDv7khp8J9%2FZdpW9%2BHYFbpVT6cN7r%2FRs6FA6A5rqtkNKRHqVep%2Fy%2B5bX8MWaOjAVzxuq%2BisulYDE5sCJNw%2FUycxlZwRoWvSIkGPawxBtsQ45TRhERHHHL%2BNPM5T%2FOmhVdcgYvqg0LBLjDuouesdasn78zq2vu9dWouwqjP2R7jTNhXXFaABD4kPN7jc7v%2F|tkp%3ABk9SR9bk2PaCZA Linda S
  3. All of you, please check your engine codes. Diagnoses is what they are there for Linda S
  4. Is yours a V6? If so why would you down grade the engine. The VG30 is indestructible and I get that same mileage as my 22re Linda S
  5. Quadlight was his screen name. Sold all his amazing creations. He was back on here a while back. I Sent a message to another auction site and he saw it. If I had the money I would make that mine Linda S
  6. Happy to help. I have no doubt it will hold up for years Linda
  7. The whole pipe looks bad. Call shops that work on trucks. Your rig weighs less than an F250 and is lower than a high top Sprinter van. Somebody near you must work on delivery trucks. Way bigger than you Linda S
  8. I can't imagine a reason to disconnect the truck battery system but maybe you just want to do the coach? A remote disconnecter like this on the coach battery would work. Pretty simple to install https://www.amazon.com/Remote-Disconnect-Switch-Anti-Theft-Kill/dp/B0BJNZTRP3/ref=asc_df_B0BJNZTRP3/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=693611039742&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=3868450037002609244&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=m&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9032372&hvtargid=pla-1979502078404&psc=1&mcid=6240950e36a138509e26ebe6218e82c8&gad_source=1 Linda
  9. I have an 83 New Horizon and while I'm waiting to find a 6 bolt floating axle in Canada, could someone tell me what size bolts hold the fooleys together? We took them apart and there are a couple of sizes. I'd like to replace all 10 of them.


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      linda s

      I have no idea. Because it's not a Toyota part there is no way for me to look it up.  Sorry


  10. You don't need to be a mechanic to check the trouble codes. Might give you a clue what the problem is. Here are really good instructions Toyota Tech - Diagnostic Trouble Codes (4crawler.com) Linda S
  11. I wouldn't want a used brake drum. Look here, plenty to choose from. Right ones say dual rear wheels 1988 TOYOTA PICKUP 2.4L L4 Drum | RockAuto Linda S
  12. Your brake drum is not part of your rear-end. It's your hub. That six lug axle is from an 86 or newer truck do the wheels have 3 hand holes, most common,or 6. Go to Rock Auto. Drill down the truck model but put in 1987. Search brake drum and some of them should say for dually wheels or WT model. That's what you need Linda S
  13. Dogs know they are home because it smells like you. Cats on the other hand do not. They have been known to wander off even when someone moves to a new house. A house that is constantly moving might be a problem. As far as never going outside, you will have to be very careful to make sure they don't. They do have a mind of their own. Linda S
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