1986 Toyota Pickup, Truggy, 2RZ, 4.88, 37" MTRs, Duals, D44/Toy IFS Rear



Pleasant Hill, OR


Year, Make, Model

1986 Toyota Pickup






Tacoma 2RZ inline 4 cylinder


Gas, EFI



manual, 5 speed, G54

Transfer Case

Dual cases, Bobby Long outputs, Marlin big bearing

Front Axle

SAS, Dana 44 (thick tube), 4.88, Detroit Locker, Warn hubs, alloy shafts, CTM joints

Rear Axle

Toyota IFS, 4.88, welded diff

Suspension and Steering

Front Suspension

leaf spring, Rears Up Front plus Deaver leaves, 12" Bilstein shocks

Rear Suspension

4 link, Race Runner Air Shocks


Sky 1 Ton High Steer, Sky billet pitman arm

Tires and Wheels


37" Goodyear MTR, 85% tread


Allied Beadlocks



Warn XD9000I plus small rear winch

1986 Toyota Truggy Crawler.

I originally purchased this truck to use the parts to build my 87 Toyota 4 runner. Until a tree fell on the 4 runner and now I’m starting over. I purchased the truck from original owner.

The truck started life as a cab and frame. Its back halved and 4 linked with 2” dom links, johnny joints, race runner air shocks. Has a under frame mounted rear winch to suck down the ass on steep descents. Rear axle is an IFS rear, 488 gears and spool/welded.

Its SAS’ed of course, but it has a Dana 444 Wagoneer front axle, thick tube version. Has 488’s and detroit, warn hubs, alloy Usa shafts and ctm joints, Sky’s full 1 ton Chevy tie rod high steer with billet 34 frop pitman. The leaf pack is a RUF conversion with some custom leaves from Deaver added in. Bilstien 12” shocks on tube hoops.

The fun stuff, it has a 2RZ Tacoma engine swap from Toy Only Swaps, all the right parts and everything works right. 5 speed G54 hd trans. Dual transfer cases with original Bobby Long outputs, Marlin big bearing adapter. Sky’s dual case skid plate. Rear shaft is a .188 wall DOM, front is square tube.

Has a Warn XDI 9000 front winch, newer cable. Sliders, full exo cage, rear tool box, fuel cell, on board air with big tank running off engine AC compressor.

Truggy is running old school Goodyear MTR’s, 37” on allied bead locks. Tires have tones of tread, probably 85% plus.

I have just replaced the fuel filter and fuel pump, it sat for a year or so and the crap fuel gummed things up some. New 84 month battery as well.

The body is rough, whats left of it, truck has been used, was not a mall crawler. It is not street legal. Windshield was so cracked it was removed and been running like that in the dry weather. It needs plexi glass for wet weather.

This is a ready to wheel truck. You can buy it, load it on the trailer, fill it with fuel, and go wheeling. The parts alone are worth more than I am asking, let alone labor to build it.

$6500, cash. Only possible trade would be a 86-89 first gen Toyota 4 runner in great shape, plus cash on you end.