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    Need IFS Steering Box

    I am in need of an IFS Steering Box.

    I have a ton of Toyota 4x4 truck parts to trade with.

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    steerin' box

    Will one from a straight axle work?
    hey ya\'ll watch this!!!!
    oooh, that\'s gonna leave a mark.

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    No, I have a couple of those.

    I need the IFS saginaw style to do a cross over high steer set up.

    Thanks for the offer though.

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    Do you still need the IFS steering box?

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    No thanks UNO. That post was about 4 years and a couple of rigs ago.

    I now have a 94 Yota. You may see me around since I live in Elida and work in Lima. It's red with a black roll bar, and rolls on 32in. AT's currently.

    Me and my son walked through the little play ground behind Papa Johns yesterday to see if it had changed since we'd last been back there, which has been a few years. It's looks about the same, although a backhoe cut some paths through the trees for the surveying for the new Super Walmart that's gonna go in there.

    I had an urge to take the truck back and bust up the ice in the mud holes but I wasn't about to without a second rig just in case a pull was needed. There still are no signs posted and I can't see why anyone would get upset for going back there. I mean, heck, they're gonna bulldoze that whole woods anyway. Now if anyone ran down a survey stick, yeah, they'd be asking for trouble. However, the sticks aren't on the mud hole loop.

    There were a lot of deer tracks and trails. A lot of 'possum tracks too. I saw a coon in front of Hollywood video a couple of weeks ago. I know he had to of come out of those woods. In the near future, all of the critters will be evicted. Wow! Progess. All this just so they can move the Cable rd. Walmart to Allentown rd. a stone's throw away.

    What do you drive?

    Happy Trails! TROY

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    Hey Troy!!! Come ride with us again soon.

    Evan
    `92/79 Toyota Blazer 350 engine, TH 350/NP203, fullsize axles, 38.5" boggers, bed mounted John Deer radiator, onboard welder.

    Army M35A2 "Duece and a Half" 6x6 cargo truck

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    Hey Evan! Yeah, I'd like to do some mild wheelin' soon. I've never wheeled on AT's and never been a promoter of it, but if I'd of known the last run could be done in a Tracker on street tires (Donnie) I would of been there.

    I want 33in LTB's but can't justify the expense right now.

    Happy Trails! TROY

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    Yeah I really liked my LTBs when I had the toyota axles.

    Evan
    `92/79 Toyota Blazer 350 engine, TH 350/NP203, fullsize axles, 38.5" boggers, bed mounted John Deer radiator, onboard welder.

    Army M35A2 "Duece and a Half" 6x6 cargo truck

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    fourxfanatictroy i dont drive any thing currently since college is taking up all of my money but at home i have a 1979 Jeep J20 AMC 360 (4 Barrel upgrade from that stupid motorcraft 2 bbl) stock 3.73 gears with a welded rear and 33 1/2" TSL's i am currently in the market for a Dana 60 Fornt and a cheap toyota pickup. My Buddy has a 1994 Toyota Pickup that had a 22re 5 spd and 32 MT on it but he blew up the 22re and is now planning on putting a Chevy 4.3l 4l60e and Np231/Dana 300 in it but we found out that the oil pan rests right where the center differential section is supposed to sit so he went backl home to vermont and got a solid axle to put in it.

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    To get around the oil pan and differential problem you simply make a dent in that corner of the pan. I ran mine that way for 3 or 4 years before I did a solid axle swap. I'm still using the dented pan too. Or you can buy around $200-300 for advanced adapters to make a pan for you.

    Evan
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    Army M35A2 "Duece and a Half" 6x6 cargo truck

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