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Old 07-17-2004, 07:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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30 Spline Longfield Super Set The Strongest Front Axles For Toyota's Ever!

No these are not a birfield eliminator kit. These are stonger and affordable.

We have went as far as we can go with the birfield material we are currently using today.

It's become obvious that we need more strength in a Toyota front axle now that they are coming out with transfer cases that allows you to do front wheel digs in competition, hard core trails and larger tires.

1- This Longfield is made from 4340 chromoly. The bell is longer for added
strength.

2- The inner race and cage is a completely different and stronger design
that is patented. It is made from 300M and also made longer for
added strength. The new design is much stronger at full turn.

3- The balls are smaller to give the bell and inner race added thickness.

4- The inner axle is also made from 4340 chromoly. It is now 30 splines at
both ends. We also eliminated the big snap ring groove. No martack
need, these inners will come with the c-clip in place on the very end of
the axle that snaps into the Longfield. This c-clip snaps inside the race
to prevent the inner axle from sliding either direction.

5- If you noticed this new Longfield is designed to increase your turning
radius by tapering the Longfield on the inside of the bell. So the inner
axle does not come in contact with the bell and bind. These
Longfields will turn up to 38 degrees.

6- All these parts are properly heat treated and cryogenically processed
from the supplier to assure us of wearability and added strength.

This 30 Spline Super Set will sell for a low price of $635.00 for all 4 pieces delivered right to your door.

We currently have 6 prototypes being tested now. They will be available for sale in about 4-6 weeks.

For tech questions call BOBBY LONG 253-847-8254
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Old 07-18-2004, 02:56 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Bobby,
Cool stuff - will you have any of these CVs to work with the 27 spline original sized axles?
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How about some custom length inners?
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Old 07-18-2004, 07:46 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Yes we are doing chromoly 27 spline, they will sell for about $225.00ea. 4 to 6 weeks.




Sorry we are not doing custom inners. you might check with PIG.
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Old 07-18-2004, 08:10 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Thanks for stepping up toyota axles once again!!!
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Old 07-18-2004, 09:26 AM   #6 (permalink)
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i waited for as long as i could,so i ordered some longs last week.and now you come out with these also terra said that the inners were on back order,have they come in yet?thanks for improving...
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Old 07-18-2004, 09:40 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Yes they came in friday evening. If your name is on Terras list she will call you monday.Or you can call her, sorry for the wait.
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That is awesome. I can't wait to hear how well prototypes are doing. When my original Longfields break I will probably by a set.
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Yes they came in friday evening. If your name is on Terras list she will call you monday.Or you can call her, sorry for the wait.
waiting was no problem,thanks...
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i heard you talking about these or i thought it was these in goldendale, was wondering how long it was gonna be, nice work

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What would one additional birf cost if we wanted a spare....for "just in case"?
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O Baby! those are nice! Daddy Like!
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Will they be available for the FJ60/2 (17-1/4" short side)and FJ40 (29-1/8"long side)?
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Will they be available for the FJ60/2 (17-1/4" short side)and FJ40 (29-1/8"long side)?
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YES THEY WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR ALL FJ M. SORRY NO FJ80S
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Are the splines rolled or cut?
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Those look SUPER beefy. Whenever I have to step up to chromo inners, I'll definitely be calling you.
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VERY nice...I almost look forward to breaking what I've got installed now!
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Just wondering if these will withstand daily use with out the excellerated wear associated with the softer predecessors if so then finally the best of both worlds
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Nice!

How many pounds do they take to break on your machine vs the 27 spline?
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Just wondering if these will withstand daily use with out the excellerated wear associated with the softer predecessors if so then finally the best of both worlds
I would like to know too. Living in Alaska, my hubs stay locked in for 6 months, so accelerated wear is an issue for me.
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Look for install pictures and commentary soon. We will be installing a set in the Longfield sponsored Formula Toy next weekend. First comp, Donners Ski ranch next month.
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I have money waiting on the 27 spline version when ever ready, I would like to get them now, but will have to make something work, not going to miss out on these.

Thanks Bobby, Great work, and like mentioned, you other style lasted great, but wear out to a point of being too loose. Are these harder as to not wear and give some more of the strength of the materials?? Dont want to spend the money only for them to wear out like the rest.
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