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Old 12-20-2009, 02:32 PM   #51 (permalink)
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there is already plenty of stuff out there for the mini axles we need a high steer solution for 80 axles come on somebodys gunna have to make a quality one sometime y not u
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Old 12-20-2009, 05:41 PM   #52 (permalink)
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there is already plenty of stuff out there for the mini axles we need a high steer solution for 80 axles come on somebodys gunna have to make a quality one sometime y not u
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Old 12-20-2009, 08:58 PM   #53 (permalink)
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Lets do it yea really don't want chevy or ford stuff
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Old 12-29-2009, 05:28 AM   #54 (permalink)
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I know I'll never see this in my lifetime, but a HIGH PINION 9.25 LAND CRUISER DIFF that fits *most of the Cruzahs from early 70's to late 90's.
Fully welded open knuckle design to capture a HD high steer arm in DOUBLE SHEAR, OTHER THAN USING STUDS & could also work w/ a smaller Longfield style CV, sim. to the D60's.
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Old 01-02-2010, 08:51 PM   #55 (permalink)
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I'd like to see a steel fabricated knuckle. It would make repairs and modifications much easier, not to mention it could be made stronger than stock.
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Old 01-02-2010, 09:53 PM   #56 (permalink)
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Cool HD Brake Conversion

How about a way or adapter to bolt Chevy calipers and rotors on the front end. Then it would at least match most of our rear disk conversions. Mine lock up the rear way before the front. This would at least give them equal size and diameter. Also how about a weld on ring and cover (that bolt together) to make a toyota diff cover removeable. Then a guy could inspect and clean / adjust necessary things. This would help during ring and pinion set up and break in, with out tearing the knuckles down to inspect the diff gears. If you make these you'd better hook a brother up good!
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Cool long slip yoke kit

How about a long slip yoke kit for toyota front drive line. Just make it to do it yourself with spline and long travel yoke to stock toyota yoke like Daves. I bought a TG and had to cut their yoke and machine it to accept a stock toyota yoke in the end. I'll never buy their's again for any build, mine or a customer's. This would be a nice thing to see on the market from Ballistic.
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Old 01-03-2010, 08:55 PM   #58 (permalink)
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I'll add another vote for affordable high steer for the 80 axle.
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Old 01-03-2010, 09:50 PM   #59 (permalink)
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HD duty balls for the 80 w/ matching knuckles.

It's time to go bigger than mini-truck balls!
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there is already plenty of stuff out there for the mini axles we need a high steer solution for 80 axles come on somebodys gunna have to make a quality one sometime y not u
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not axle but---- How 'bout a Toy EFI sending unit and internal fuel pump flange or a module that would allow us to use a new sending units or our sending units with an aftermarket fuel cell (gm sender/pump)? Or just a sender and pump that are Toy and fuel cell compatible.
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I like the idea of a clean, simple front housing with longer than necessary axle tubes that can be cut to any desired length, then fitted with some burly knuckle balls. Be a nice kit to order. Be nice to see a reasonable price as well, but whatcha gonna do, can't work for free, right!?

And the people who don't want to trim a link mount to fit the pass side of a toyota housing...? That's just friggin lazy. Might as well sell a housing with the mounts welded on for those guys as well then.


And I don't know if anything's changed, but a backorder courtesy call/email of some sort would be great!
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I like the idea of a clean, simple front housing with longer than necessary axle tubes that can be cut to any desired length, then fitted with some burly knuckle balls. Be a nice kit to order. Be nice to see a reasonable price as well, but whatcha gonna do, can't work for free, right!?

And the people who don't want to trim a link mount to fit the pass side of a toyota housing...? That's just friggin lazy. Might as well sell a housing with the mounts welded on for those guys as well then.


And I don't know if anything's changed, but a backorder courtesy call/email of some sort would be great!
I second this, it shure sucked to wait for half my order to show only to have to call and find ya didn't know when i would get the remainder. Its the one reason I havent and may not buy from ya agin.
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How about a housing with a 9.5" Land Cruiser 3rd, rather than the minitruck one.
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How about a housing with a 9.5" Land Cruiser 3rd, rather than the minitruck one.
diamond axle already has this but another option would be cool
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Anything for the FJ80. I've got a set of axles now and the only thing holding me back from using them is the steering. Knuckle balls with different lengths so you can vary the width of your axle too.
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how about torque arm starter kits that work either front or rear, and offer shackle mount or the good ol' slip-n-twist and pivot parches.
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Any chance of 1/4" wheel spacers?
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How about beefy housings for a super cheap price...............
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Anything for an 80 series axle, especially steering, housing, shave kit, and knuckles. Who ever comes up with an adapter to swap out an 80 tcase is going to make a fortune. I see so many 80s on the trail and they do great, but a tcase option IS the way to go.
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HD duty balls for the 80 w/ matching knuckles.

It's time to go bigger than mini-truck balls!
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I dont want to buy and build huge 60s for my Zuk. I would build FJ80s though.
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motor mounts that work and maybe a crossmember, and t-case mounts as well.
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motor mounts that work and maybe a crossmember, and t-case mounts as well.
This one is installed in one truck that I know of. It's in the testing stages. Needs a bit of cleanup but it will be something we'll release in the future or some variation of.


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