Yeah a thread dedicated to this swap would be great. There really isn't much out there on it.
Here's a little info to mull over in the meantime. The biggest thing to consider for the steering is if you're going SOA or SUA. Toyota pickups used push-pull steering (pitman arm moves front to back instead of side to side, front of vehicle is to the left in the picture).
The J-shaped steering arm on the left is attached to the drivers side knuckle and wraps around the back side of the shock, connecting to the drag link attached to the pitman arm in the first picture:
If you go SOA a set of hi steer arms will convert it to cross over steering. If you go SUA hi steer arms won't work because there isn't enough clearance between the frame and tie rod when the suspension compresses (unless you're running 5+ inches of lift). There are two solutions I've found for SUA.
One is to cut off the j-arm flush with the backside of the knuckle (arm on the left) and weld two pass. side arms together (one upside down) for the pass. side (arm on the right):
The tie rod attaches to the cut off drivers arm and the lowest hole on the welded pass. arm. The drag link goes to the upper hole on the pass. arm.
The other option is to use a pair of flat arms typically used for full hydro steering set ups:
Personally I don't want to booty fab my steering arms so I'm opting for the hydro arms.