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Dukestaco

Stirring the pot 24/7
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#21
Lol fuck I don't even get a hook up from my own people but they are a whole new level of Aisin lol.
And on another note this Asian picks me up for lunch thinking he has the inside scoop on some good chinese food and we end up at the Sausage Shop. Good samiches though. Good choice Jonny. You can take me to your sausage shop any day.
 

Dukestaco

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#25
Any body have a Glock 43 or 19 for sale? Would prefer the 43 over the 19
I had a 43 and I liked it till I shoot m&p shield. Before you get a 43 shoot a shield . The smaller group wins. I have three shields. If you decide on the shield the best way to go is the .40 Cal and then get 9mm drop in barrel. The extra wall thickness of the 9 mm drop in barrel adds a little weight to the front and helps with recoil. The trigger pull can also be greatly improved by just polishing a few parts. IMG_20170602_111733484.jpg

7 or 8 shoots at 10yards
 
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I had a 43 and I liked it till I shoot m&p shield. Before you get a 43 shoot a shield . The smaller group wins. I have three shields. If you decide on the shield the best way to go is the .40 Cal and then get 9mm drop in barrel. The extra wall thickness of the 9 mm drop in barrel adds a little weight to the front and helps with recoil. The trigger pull can also be greatly improved by just polishing a few parts. View attachment 1913

7 or 8 shoots at 10yards
Thanks for the feedback, I’ll have to see if I can rent them and shoot them side by side
 
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#29
I’m in Mesa, Teds in queen creek has both I think. My step dad has a 9mm shield I could probably borrow from him so I only have to rent one
 

azmtnbiker45

Beer, the nectar of life
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#30
C2 has both, at least they did a couple months ago. I am a member there and get discounts on pistol rentals. If we can figure a day we both have time I can reserve a lane and rent them for you to save you some money. Plus, I get to shoot and can bring out the maximum 9!
 
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Good evening folks, does anyone in Tucson have the rear drums for a t4r/Tacoma 96-04 in OK shape. Mine are rusty and at the end of life, I'd be willing to meet and pay a fair price. Hmu if you've got them, it's one of the last pieces I need for my axle refurb. Thanks
 

Dukestaco

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Good evening folks, does anyone in Tucson have the rear drums for a t4r/Tacoma 96-04 in OK shape. Mine are rusty and at the end of life, I'd be willing to meet and pay a fair price. Hmu if you've got them, it's one of the last pieces I need for my axle refurb. Thanks
Man just bite the bullet and get new. I got all my stuff from Rock Auto it was half the price compared to vatozone or O'Reilly's.
 
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#33
Cool, I've been shopping on rock auto. Do you have any experience with the different brands? I'm liking the brembo drums, but the raybestos are half the price. The brembos have a review on amazon the eludes to other drums being out of round, which brings the old cry once motto to mind.
 
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#35
Looking to sell my Solo motorsports spindles. 1996-2004 2wd. They’re fully fabricated, boxed, and I’ll be selling well below their retail price. Need to take them off to fund the rest of the conversion. Or to just fix the stupid truck to an acceptable manner and sell it. Haven’t decided yet. hahah
https://www.solomotorsports.com/sho...oyota-parts/fully-fabricated-toyota-spindles/

Either way, if anyone has 2wd stock spindles for a first gen please let me know!
 
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#36
I have a 50 inch curved Light Bar for sale. $120 OBO for everything. $100 if you swap me roof moldings since you'll have to put holes in them anyways and I don't plan on putting another light bar on my roof. I'd prefer to swap moldings with someone who doesn't have holes in theirs.

Details:
  • Unsure to what brand the bar is it's been so long. @XPOTRPR might remember.
  • All LEDS work
  • Comes with Wiring Harness (I don't have a switch for it right now, used it for another light).
  • Mounting brackets have welded plates to add more stability. Light bar doesn't shake when mounted on the truck.
  • Light bar could use a re-seal. Every so often after a wash there is a little bit of moisture behind the glass.


 

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