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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby ZuminaZX » Fri Dec 08, 2017 12:15 am

Very solid work here. Any plans for diff drop brackets and a bent link? And since you're dropping the front diff you might as well get a 4.56 10-bolt.....
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby 99Assport » Fri Dec 08, 2017 7:46 pm

Diff drop yes, very much so. I contacted the Darlington guy that does it and was quoted $400. I'm not paying that much for something Toyota guys can do with 4 spacers and longer bolts.

I'll either do the fabrication myself and have a local welder do the welding, or super half-ass jerry rig something. Either way I'll take pictures of what I end up doing.

Bent link, yes and no. I'm not lifted enough for it to be an issue yet, and my shocks haven't been upgraded yet so I don't have the extension travel to make it a mandatory project yet. However I do know it will be an issue at some point.

I have some ideas though. I'm also not sure where a bent link would be purchased? The DOR guy? Probably a high three digit number for a bar with two bushings. No thanks.


At the end of the day, this is a cheap CL truck with a sketchy trans and a time bomb of an engine. I'm trying not to drop too many high dollar mods into it. Everything has been Ebay or rockauto so far.

As of this moment, I'm about to hit the freeway and swap my leather seats for cloth off the Rodeo guy in Anaheim.
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby egagnon086 » Fri Dec 08, 2017 8:28 pm

If you read thru my amigo build I show how to mod you brackets to do a diff drop. It's really time consuming, only do it if your already dropping the front diff for gears or a locker or something. Or you could do a 25mm spacer I tried that also, it works to 25mm. I even put the part numbers in my build somewhere.

The bent link helps with down travel not so much lift. A small 2" bend in the link gets about 4" of down travel. Or if your good with a grinder your can cut a notch in the gas tank cover to allow about 1" more space for the OEM link to move. Hope that gives you something to think about.
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby 99Assport » Fri Dec 08, 2017 11:20 pm

I actually read when I first joined, but skimmed. I re-read it a couple days ago. I went through yours and Zuminas builds, a lot of good stuff in there. I saw your bracket mod, and yes what a lot of effort that is.

I know the bent link is for down travel and not lift, maybe I worded that wrong. I planned on just bending that gas tank lip as a temporary mod.

Still deciding on what coils to get.
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby 99Assport » Fri Dec 15, 2017 9:54 pm

Buckle up boys, rear diff fluid change:

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Thrilling.

Installing a trans cooler and temp gauge tomorrow after work.
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby 99Assport » Wed Dec 27, 2017 8:29 pm

OEM rate is 160 LBS

-2912: free height 420mm, spring rate = 180/300

-2929: free height 420mm, spring rate = 240/300

-Specs on the OME 891s:
Coil A free standing height 420mm (16.54 inch)
Coil B free standing height 410mm (16.14 Inch)
Spring rate 210 lbs/inch


My 4runner buddy runs the 891s. Pretty interesting stuff.

If the 912s sag on a rodeo with a hitch mounted spare and a roof basket with tools, then it's going to sag on mine. I have a sub, floor jack, stands and tools in my cargo area at all times. Not to mention the tailgate spare.

I was going to pull the trigger on the 929s, but now I'm considering the 891s from the Toyota platform.

Either way, I'm going to wrap whatever coils I buy in plastic before I install, so if it's an obvious regret I can uninstall and return.
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby egagnon086 » Thu Dec 28, 2017 9:55 am

I recently swapped some 929s on my amigo and took off my Moog 784s. They are much stiffer but in a good way, I have almost no body roll now. I hooked my trailer up, its an old 1k# military trailer. It only dropped about .5", I'm impressed. I'm sure I'll loose some flex or up travel but that's fine because the tires will stay out of the fender better. Never thought of the 891s are they the same diameter spring?
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby paulevans76 » Thu Dec 28, 2017 10:14 am

I can't remember if you are supposed to put the taller spring on the driver's side or the fuel tank side - I had those on an old 4runner I had, and it seemed like maybe I mixed them up, because it was obvious one side was a bit taller :lol:
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby 99Assport » Fri Jan 12, 2018 4:05 am

It rained recently, the local dirt road/trail and side trails turned into muddy theme parks.

I don't have a lot to show, I was alone for most of it and only have a dashcam and a phone that I forget to use.

I did compile a fairly uneventful video of some clips:

https://youtu.be/6oS1FwUtxyA

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When I first bought this truck, I didn't touch the wipers until it rained, about a month later. It was then I discovered the relays in the 'ALARM' box were shot, so I had two speeds and no rear anything.

Also, the middle connection on the wiper linkage popped off, disabling the driver side wiper. Arguably the most important. The plastic cup that seats the metal ball no longer had enough...whatever to grip the ball. I made a band-aid that held for 3 months.


Anyway, with the very recent rain fall, quite heavy, my wiper band-aid broke. I went through 16 zipties in 3 days, constantly pulling over and re-ziping the fix I made.

New linkage was ordered a couple days ago, and here's that:

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When I started the swap job, I intended to take pictures of every step.

I took two....

Taking it off:

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Putting it on:

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The longer you leave a thorn in your skin, the more you'll appreciate removing it. The frustration of the driver side wiper constantly breaking my zip-tie fix, was incredible. But now, oh it's so nice. Brand new Dorman linkage.

I have ordered new relays for the "ALARM" board, and I intend to do the repair myself. I'm not an expert, but I'm also not a stranger to solder. I can figure it out.
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby 99Assport » Fri Jan 12, 2018 4:11 am

I did a lot of splashing in puddles and playing in the mud. I removed the driverside wheel well intake snorkel and duct taped the hole. Isolating the airbox to under the hood.

Let's see how that worked:

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Interesting stuff. I had fun in the mud and water, but I kept it safe. I didn't go full speed slamming into a lake size puddle. You'll see in the video if you watch the beginning.

I hosed it off after the wiper repair, and cleaned my windows at the minimum. Looks cool dirty, but I like to see out of my windows in traffic.
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby 99Assport » Wed Jan 24, 2018 11:30 am

Waiting on a Calmini HD track bar, should be here within the next week or two.

The coils and shocks came monday, so I got those in.

OME 919s, Skyjacker nitro 8000s. The hardware and bushings that come with the Skyjackers is extremely underwhelming. The I.D. of the rear bushing sleeves are off by a couple hairs, but when tightened down it's not noticeable.

The front lower mounting needed attention. The bottom supplied shock bushings are too wide, and the sleeves were way too wide. I reused the OEM sleeve, and trimmed the sides of the bushings, as well as gently spread apart the mounting eyelets. It all finished up nicely I suppose..

Pics to come, but wow what a difference. No more sag, no more squat, and going from blown shocks to fairly good/ok shocks is night and day. Even without swaybars I can finally drive this truck like a regular car, and not a mattress on stilts.

When I get off work I'll take a picture, or maybe when I get to work I'll take a quick pic and upload it on a bathroom break.

Slight rake, which will be addressed.
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby 99Assport » Wed Jan 24, 2018 11:57 am

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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby egagnon086 » Wed Jan 24, 2018 8:46 pm

How does it ride with the 8000 series? I thought of going to 8ks over my 7000 hydros. Be sure to grease the calmini track bar with a silicone grease before you install it. Otherwise it can squeak and drive you crazy.
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby 99Assport » Thu Jan 25, 2018 9:02 pm

Like a dream, but compared to all 4 previous being blown, anything is better.

When you search Rancho RS5000 VS Skyjacker 8000, people say the SJs are harsher. Well that's just fine with me. My other car rides on coilovers with aftermarket sway bars among many other things, so I doubt I'll be complaining about this trucks ride quality.


Anyway,

I specified 3" lift when ordering the shocks from Indy4X. The fronts seem too short, by an inch I would say. I want that travel.

I needed to lift the front a tiny bit more (.25'') to get rid of the rake from the new coils. Before that, I needed at least .25 more shock.

1. Raised front of vehicle with inner tie rod boot pulled back, determined how much more lift I can have before tie rod is maxed.
2. Lowered back down just after tie rod is free.
3. See how much shock length I can make up.

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No more rake.

Steering rack drop, diff drop, outer tie rod modification, possible redesign of the inners....stuff to think about.

Ride quality was a big thing to check off the to-do list. Next it needs to be regeared, at minimum. If I can't get a locker in the rear while im in there, fine, but the 4.10s need to go ASAP.

Oh, and the horn button inside the wheel is toast. I pulled off the front cover with the airbag unit on it. I don't want to mess with the airbag unit just to get to the horn button, so I've made a temporary fix.
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby 99Assport » Tue Jan 30, 2018 11:25 pm

Confession time

When I got the snorkel a couple weeks ago, I half-expected the fender duct to fit a Rodeo, and the duct to connect somewhat painlessly to the airbox. That didn't happen.

So it's been just an aesthetic for the last little bit, but after a quick trip to a hardware store for 3? feet of cheap tube, and eBay for two 90 degree elbows with clamps,it's finally functional.


Who made this into a D shape? How inconvenient.

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I finished this up yesterday, and popped the hood today to re-wrap the main intake with foil tape, and poke around; I found 2 vacuum lines disconnected, and the PCV grommet was essentially gone.

MPG shot up, so I'm excited for that. Also reset the ECU, I don't know how long those lines have been sucking air and wanted to cover my bases.
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby 99Assport » Wed Jan 31, 2018 8:35 pm

Every monday or tuesday I call Calmini and ask about my track bar.

By this point I'm on a first name basis with the guy, I've been told he's going to try and get it out the door in the next couple days.

I ordered the track bar a week before I ordered my coils and shocks, expecting a delay. Super bummed I'm still waiting for a BAR.
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby egagnon086 » Thu Feb 01, 2018 8:28 am

If you dont get it, Let me know. I can get you a nice adjustable one made. The Calmini one just has a bend and isnt any longer than stock, so other than looking odd it has no other use then stock. I had one on my Amigo for awhile but it started rubbing my aftermarket diff cover so I ended up getting my own made.

Let me know i can get one too you in a week.

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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby totten » Thu Feb 08, 2018 5:11 pm

Nice work on passport, keep the mods going! ! TONY
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby 99Assport » Thu Feb 15, 2018 7:04 pm

Am I overlanding yet?

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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby HONDEO » Wed Jun 20, 2018 10:08 pm

Any updates? your rig is sweet!
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby 99Assport » Thu Jun 21, 2018 4:43 am

Apologies, I'm almost exclusively on Instagram for the most part. I kinda forgot about this build thread.

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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby HONDEO » Thu Jun 21, 2018 7:05 am

Not a problem. I love seeing your rig getting updated. Hell, it was your thread whom inspired me to mod mine!

The front end light bar set up is sweet. I'll have to borrow that idea if you don't mind lol.
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby totten » Sat Jun 23, 2018 5:01 am

Great job! You have done everything possible, haha keep the mods going! HAVE GOOD day, Tony
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Re: Lees 99' Passport Build

Postby 99isuzorodeo » Fri Dec 04, 2020 8:21 pm

Where did you get those clear corner lights in the front , I can't seem to find them online?...beautiful rig by the way, I'm a newbie to my 99 rodeo and am planning to do small modifications .
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