Toyota PICKUP Truck – The Science EXPLAINED



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The Toyota Pickup will go down in history as one of the toughest trucks ever built. And not because it has loads of modern day technology that keeps it rolling down the road, but because it’s one of the most simple, no frills, utilitarian work horses ever to hit the dirt, pavement, sand, mud, rocks…literally ANY terrain in its path. It’s survived being strapped to the top of an exploding building! And that was AFTER it was hit with a wrecking ball, lit it on fire and had the ocean swallow it whole. In today’s B2B we are going to look at what makes the nameless Toyota truck such a beast, starting with it’s boxed frame and then we’re gonna look at the infamous 22RE engine!

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49 thoughts on “Toyota PICKUP Truck – The Science EXPLAINED”

  1. YES I KNOW THIS! ok so we were going to the beach and my uncle had this pick up truck and me and my sis sat in the bed! Scariest experience for me tho-

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  2. My buddy had a 95 extended cab 4×4 that was sooo sweet when he bought it in 97. 10 years later it was rusted, dented, had mismatched front and rear axle ratios, used a screwdriver to open the gas door, vice grips for the hood release and a 1.2 gigawatt stereo system. After the timing belt broke and bent the valves he sold it for $1500 on Craigslist in 10 minutes. He had over 20 people call about it that day!

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  3. Dad s pick up stopped clocking at 400k should have passed a million by now for sure can't officially since it don't clock no more

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  4. I had a 97 4runner 3.4l manual run out of transmission fluid on a fairly big mountain pass. I only knew it was out of fluid because there was a tiny amount of fine smoke coming from my shifter boot. Cruised back down trying to help my gears with my brakes and made it back to a shop. 90 bucks for a new gasket and tranny fluid and it ran fine until I sold it 3 years later.

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  5. Just don't run them in a salty environment…. here on the north Atlantic coast we don't have ones from the late 90s anymore, never mind ones from the late 80s.

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  6. As a mechanic myself words of wisdom…
    C channel chassis = more chances of chassis twisting/warpage if planning on heavily modifying powertrain.

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  7. In the '70's and '80's it was Toyotas or Datsuns (manual transmissions). Period. Run forever until you got sick of looking at them.

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  8. They even won a war between chad and Libya. They were too light to trigger the anti tank mines and too fast to be targeted by tanks. The Chadians mounted anti tank rifles on the back of them. With the help of french air support the Chadians were able to take back the Aouzou Strip.

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  9. Guys plz tone down your transition music! I’m going def or constantly changing my volume (in my car). Keep up the good work 👍🏻

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  10. Just like the Kalashnikov AK rifles…they are reliable, dependable and indestructible. The secret to it all, is simplicity.

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  11. Hey can anyone tell me how many of these trucks were sold in the united states? especially dlx 4×4 standard cab trucks?

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  12. I bought a used Peugeot 306 XR with 120k on it, not a drop of oil when I got it, never put any in, ran it for a full year, never had any issues. Engine oil is a scam 😉

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  13. Its not that the water hates the steel. Its that the oxygen Loves iron. Fun fact though: rust is used as a dye pigment and used in making thermite.

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  14. Early Toyota trucks were damn near bulletproof. After the 80's, Toyota truck quality went into the crapper, especially the frames.

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  15. Yo if that guy he called out as a bully that’s balled headed and a bartender at some shitty bar he’s a fucking savage.

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  16. I own a 2010 Hilux.. still box frame. I've had 4 serious accidents in it and it's driven away from.all of them perfectly fine. Oil seems to be optional in the hilux, doesn't really matter if you've got some or not it's still gonna run the same

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  17. The f550 are only c channel behind the cab for ease of installing any box the customer wants. It's boxed from back of the cab forward

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  18. Horrible video with no real research. I thought we were going to talk about how the 90’s toyota is tougher than everything on the road. But you literally spent the video explain box frames and the 22re.

    Lots of trucks have box frames and reliable engines but they are nothing even remotely close to the toughness of the 90’s Toyota trucks.

    Weak content. Explain the intricacies of the suspension, frame, and drivetrain that makes it so tough. Yeah it takes actual work to figure that stuff out,

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  19. Man I love a new dirt bike. But I just bought a sweet 93 Toyota 4 Runner and I'm getting older and like my heater and tunes and cooler and…but these Toyota's are a nice ride. I also have a 95 Geo Tracker 4×4 2 door 1.6 liter 16 Valve feel injected 5 speed and comes stock with 5.13 gears on 31 inch Cooper Discoveries. It rips pretty good and goes anywhere with some mudd terrains but pounds my guts out compared to my 4 Runner on 35's. I love my Tracker but love my 4 Runner better. I need a lift and already have 35's and 40' for something. LoL

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  20. POV: you're a Libyan conscript in northern Chad during the 1980s as literal Chads on Toyotas zergrush your tanks and APCs

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  21. My 84 is sittin in the tractor shed waiting to have the frame rebuilt cause a boxed frame, slathered in the mud and snow, rusts from the inside

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