Keeping a close eye on it and no grease loss yet. It's been on highway and a couple dozen miles of rough FS roads, 4HI and 4LO. Still very possible to have issues with it though.Agreed. Not enough flexible,tougher material. Not rocket science.
Nice Sequoia! Wasn't sure I'd like the bronze/black combo but I think they go together very well.Love the SCS wheels! Especially in bronze on a black truck
1st Gen Tundra's are a lot of fun. Kind of a jack of all trades I guess....not incredible at any one thing, but good enough at lots of things. Mine has taken a lot to get it where it is, and I still have a few issues to sort out before I can confidently say that it's reliable. But that's part of the fun, right?That is a good looking DC tundra. I love 1st Gen tundras and t100s.
I'd love to regear but I'm kind of tired of spending money right now. If I regear the rear then I need to regear the front and I'm just not ready for that. The bill for rear diff rebuild and locker install is a little over $2000 and I just don't want to spend more. Can I do the rear and just not use 4WD until I do the front? I'd love to eventually regear and get some power back, but on 33's I don't feel like the power loss is terrible.Going for gears while your in there or sticking with 3.91s?
Hope you like it! I've enjoyed reading through your thread.Not sure if im subscribed to this thread.. wanna catch up with it late!
Yes I could've mounted it higher up. I kept it as low as possible to leave space for something else above it. I'm thinking a full-size shovel mounted with Quick Fist clamps, but I'll have to see if it will even fit. Now that I have the tool to set the nutserts, I can easily add more mounting points.