E-Locker Harness

E-Locker Harness (ORS-EL001)

NOTICE TO CUSTOMER: If there is a problem suspected with the wiring harness, call Off Road Solutions. DO NOT cut, alter, or dissect the ORS conversion harness. Off Road Solutions accepts no responsibility for a harness that has been tampered with – NO EXCEPTIONS. Important: In its original application, Toyota uses a computer to control […]

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Steering Frame Brace Kit

Steering Frame Brace Kit (ORS-ST002)

NOTICE TO INSTALLER: Fully read and understand these instructions before starting. This will make the job easier and faster. We promise! The installation of this product requires fabrication. We recommend that the installer is competent with fabrication processes such as welding, cutting, and grinding. A poor installation of this product can lead to a frame […]

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Crossover Steering Conversion Frame Mounting Kit

Crossover Steering Conversion Frame Mounting Kit (ORS-ST001)

NOTICE TO INSTALLER: Fully read and understand these instructions for starting. This will make the job easier and faster. We promise! This part is designed in conjunction with a crossover steering conversion. These instructions were written for the frame modification during this conversion. There are additional procedures to be done and parts to be installed. […]

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Bumpstop Bracket

Bumpstop Brackets (ORS-SP060)

NOTICE TO CUSTOMER: The quality, strength, fit, and finish of this product is the responsibility of the installer and/or customer. This is a weld-on kit intended for experienced and competent fabricators with at least a basic knowledge of suspension fundamentals. This brackets are intended to be MIG or TIG welded (using at least a 220 […]

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Rear Long Travel Shock Mount

Rear Long Travel Shock Hoop: ’99-’06 Tundra

NOTES: Be sure to read and fully understand these instructions before starting the installation process. These hoops are designed to run a shock with about 12-14” of travel on a vehicle with approximately 3-7” of lift. Proper shock length is determined by spring travel, vehicle use, and the placement of the bump-stops relative to ride […]

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Rear Long Travel Shock Mount

Rear Long Travel Shock Hoop: ’95-’04 Tacoma

NOTES: Be sure to read and fully understand these instructions before starting the installation process. These hoops are designed to run a shock with about 13” of travel on a vehicle with approximately 3-7” of lift. Proper shock length is determined by spring travel, vehicle use, and the placement of the bumpstops relative to ride […]

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Rear Long Travel Shock Mount

Rear Long Travel Shock Hoop: ’79-’95 Truck/4Runner

NOTES: Be sure to read and fully understand these instructions before starting the installation process. These hoops are designed to run a shock with about 13” of travel on a vehicle with approximately 3-7” of lift. Proper shock length is determined by spring travel, vehicle use, and the placement of the bumpstops relative to ride […]

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Manual Hub Conversion

Manual Hub Conversion

Most late model Toyota vehicles are equipped with an Automatic Differential Disconnect system, also known as ADD. These vehicles include ‘95.5 – ’04 Tacomas, ’96-’02 4Runners, ’00-’06 Tundras, and ’01-’07 Sequoias. Instead of conventional manual lockout hubs at the ends of the front axle, this system uses a shift fork at the front differential to […]

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5VZ-FE Swap

3.4L (5VZ-FE) Conversion

Intro Engine Mounts Manual Transmission Automatic Transmission Wiring Oil pan Exhaust Cooling and Plumbing Hood clearance Parts Required Donor Parts Conversion Parts and Service and Repair Parts Installation Intro Note: Feb. 2013 – This article has been heavily revised to correct some information and provide much additional information. If you have read our technical article […]

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