• mtnbiker4evr13's Avatar
    09-12-2019, 09:00 AM
    Too bad you can't fit 3.7" bolt circle hubs. I think 70s ford Highboy D44s were 6 bolt 19 spline. I know Herm (overdrive guy) still does FF kits...
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    09-09-2019, 10:15 AM
    I don't think I have seen a shaft support bushing in a rear FF setup before but seems like a worthwhile upgrade while its apart. Might be easy to...
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    09-03-2019, 07:35 PM
    I wouldn't get too excited about a spindle bearing for your FF axle. As a semi float setup the diff takes some of the forces from the axle and the...
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    08-22-2019, 03:46 PM
    Ah yes the proverbial "4x4 parts are mutually beneficial" angle... I see you have similar success. Looks like you're making great progress, plus I...
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    08-19-2019, 08:19 PM
    This is going to be fun! That's a pile of good parts sans buttsecs blue pipe boogie frame. I'm always amazed by the work people put into making the...
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    let's try this again. stupid website. usually aluminum is too high for my blood, but how many thousands are u wanting?
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    just for kicks, how much? occasionally i see used aluminum rims cheap enough for my blood, but not often
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    Can your dad turn the centers out on my Rogers for rear disc brakes (chevy)?
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    cory there is a guy on craigs list athens under wanted section looking for a turbo toy motor in the albany area.

    jason
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    I think a spool. Other option was detroit locker. my brother has a detroit in his jeep. As soon as he starts to turn it locks up.Cant see paying over twice the money for locker if they both scrub tire while turning. UNLESS a spool is week. Never had either. Give me some advice. JEFF
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    Well decided to go on ride sat. Going to finish brake rebuild on 8.8 then wait on inc.tax $$$.
    Have 8.8 rebuilt (bearings, seals, spool,). May even price chromoly shafts. Do it all first time and not have to worry about it.

    JEFF
    did it agian , clicked it twice
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    Well decided to go on ride sat. Going to finish brake rebuild on 8.8 then wait on inc.tax $$$.
    Have 8.8 rebuilt (bearings, seals, spool,). May even price chromoly shafts. Do it all first time and not have to worry about it.
    JEFF
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    I am going to pull diff cover off and look. Talked to Norm about that. If the lube doesnt look bad or milky and I dont find anything laying in the bottom I may just put in new and run it. It has set in my buddys field for
    1 mayby 2 years. He bought it for parts ( bumper & grill). Has no trans in it. May have not been on the road for 4 to 5 years. Hope things look good. That would make free even better.
    Are you interested in going to club meeting monday night. You could come up my way and ride the rest of way with me and my son allen. Free pizza. I will be driving my truck, its a lot better LONG distance ride.
    If so let me know, be glad to have you. Bring your dad to I got a 4-door.
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    THERE IS A GOD. Took a buddy and my torch from work to the 98 explorer today. With the use of the 98`s owners tractor and bale spear and only 1 hour of time had the axle in my trailer behind my jeep. The stars must be lined up perfect today. It was a 3.73 limited slip.
    Its in my garage with no mashed fingers or molten metal burns. Think I will take nap now and go out later and start cleaning it up.
    JEFF may have hit send mess. twice sorry
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    THERE IS A GOD. Took a buddy and my torch from work to the 98 explorer today. With the use of the 98`s owners tractor and bale spear and only 1 hour of time had the axle in my trailer behind my jeep. The stars must be lined up perfect today. It was a 3.73 limited slip.
    Its in my garage with no mashed fingers or molten metal burns. Think I will take nap now and go out later and start cleaning it up.
    JEFF
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About mtnbiker4evr13
Make/Model/Year:
94 Toyota 4runner
Engine / Modifications:
3.slow
Transmission / Transfer Case:
Inchworm Billet dual case setup. 2.28x2.28
Front axle (gears, locker/posi, etc.):
Toyota solid axle, 5.29 gears, E-Locker, Longfields, IFS hubs
Rear axle (gears, locker/posi, etc.):
Tacoma housing, 5.29 gears, E-Locker
Suspension (lift, shocks, etc.):
Trail Gear 3"
Tires and Wheels (size, make, etc.):
35" MTRs
Winch:
XRC 8000
Bumpers, nerf bars, skidplates, etc.:
Homemade front and rear bumpers
Future modifications / wish list:
Rebuild
Location:
WNC
Interests:
mountain biking
Occupation:
Manufacturing Engineer

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94 4runner SAS Elocked 35's "Fiona"
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