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Old 04-25-2012, 10:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm putting Toyota axles under a geo tracker and I have a few questions. I'm using the tracker t-case and I don't know if I need a slip yoke eliminator for the front and rear to adapt 2 1985 Toyota front drivelines to it. What do I need? And what brake lines should I get?
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Old 04-25-2012, 10:49 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I used the stock tracker/sidekick brake lines with the toyota caliper. jus find a banjo bolt that will work and make sure you use the brass washers on each side.
as for drivelines. I just used toyota drivelines and ajusted them as needed.
not sure about the t case yoke. I used a sami case.
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Old 04-25-2012, 11:16 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I'm putting Toyota axles under a geo tracker and I have a few questions. I'm using the tracker t-case and I don't know if I need a slip yoke eliminator for the front and rear to adapt 2 1985 Toyota front drivelines to it. What do I need? And what brake lines should I get?
I have not even looked at my front drive shaft yet from the stock tracker case. Not sure if it is fixed or slip yoke. The rear.....is slip yoke, but what suspension are you doing in the rear? leafs....you willl need a sye kit. Linked rear? Need more info
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Old 04-25-2012, 12:12 PM   #4 (permalink)
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This is the plan. Toyota axles, yj leafs, tracker t-case with rockstomper gears already in it, 33x12.50's, two 85 yota front driveshafts.
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Old 04-26-2012, 09:48 PM   #5 (permalink)
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You can use the stock driveshafts with the slip yolk. However, I would recommend the slip yolk eliminators, but they are not a Toyota pattern. They come with a heavy-duty samurai pattern.
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Old 04-28-2012, 10:41 PM   #6 (permalink)
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You can use the stock driveshafts with the slip yolk. However, I would recommend the slip yolk eliminators, but they are not a Toyota pattern. They come with a heavy-duty samurai pattern.
So should I run the stock driveshafts with no SYE's and extend the driveshafts and use Samurai Bolt Pattern - Toyota Pinion Flange ? will the front slip out if it flexes? That would definatly be cheaper..
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Old 04-30-2012, 06:18 AM   #7 (permalink)
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The stock kick shaft flanges will bolt right up to some Toyota 4cyl pinion flanges. My only fear for you using the slip shaft, with leaf spring you get a lot of axle wrap, and with wrap and articulation can mean a dropped shaft on the trail and a loss of fluid. I have the SYE on mine and I use a custom shaft with an adapter for a Ford double carden joint. their is not a whole lot of room at the rear of these t cases because of the shifting forks. So the SYE flange has to stay relatively small.
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The stock kick shaft flanges will bolt right up to some Toyota 4cyl pinion flanges. My only fear for you using the slip shaft, with leaf spring you get a lot of axle wrap, and with wrap and articulation can mean a dropped shaft on the trail and a loss of fluid. I have the SYE on mine and I use a custom shaft with an adapter for a Ford double carden joint. their is not a whole lot of room at the rear of these t cases because of the shifting forks. So the SYE flange has to stay relatively small.

Great info thank you. Ok so i think I'm going to try a SLE on the front and use the tracker rear driveshaft extended but use a traction barSo it doesn't fall out. I haVe found some extended Sami driveshafts to and maybe they will work better.
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Old 05-03-2012, 01:10 PM   #9 (permalink)
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PM me. I have 2 brand new SYE's for this for sale. PM me. I also have 2 rat adapters (small sami to yota). PM me.
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Old 05-04-2012, 06:01 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Thanks indy242003 for your help. Here is a list of what was ordered and some progress pictures.
I already have yj springs, ifs steering box, Tierod, draglink, ifs calipers, front axle that needs rebuild, 2 Toyota driveshafts with double cardian joints, ifs rear axle, v6 rear 5.29 still needs locker, 4cyl front 5.29 lockright 33x12.50 tsl's and 15x10 beadlocks. The spring hangers, shackles and shock hoops are being mad and should be here soon.

Toyota Front Axle Knuckle Ball Gussets

Toyota 54mm Wheel Bearing Nut Spindle Socket (140157-1)

Toyota IFS Steering Box Mount

1.6L 16v Bracket

Toyota Knuckle Service Kit with Wheel Bearings

Toyota High Steer Arms, 4 Stud (130002-1-K)

Cone Washers

Stud Nuts

Wave Washers

Toyota Flat Pitman Arm

Toyota Vented Rotor (140042-1)

Factory Aisin Toyota Locking Hub

Lower Shock Mounts - Pair

Samurai Bolt Pattern - Toyota Pinion Flange (100117-3-K)

Sidekick / Tracker Slip Yoke Eliminator

3 Hole Spring Perches - Toyota

Pentadapter 5 Pattern Suzuki to Toyota Drive Line Adapter with Hardware

Suzuki/Toyota Pinion Flange Pinion Gear Nut

Triple Drilled Flange w/ Dust shield, Differential Pinion

Gorilla Small Diameter Chrome Acorn Lug Nut For Toyota, Lexus Models M12-1.50

Trail Link Axle Traction Bar Mount

1984-1985 Front Toyota Axle U Bolt Flip Kit

1979-1983 Front or 80-95 Rear Toyota Axle U Bolt Flip Kit (same kit)

3" Width Sleeved DOM Bushing Kit
Tubing Inner Diameter
1/2" for 1/2" Bolt

2.5" Hole to Hole Length Small Shackles, 9/16" Diameter Hole

2 5/8" Width Sleeved DOM Bushing Kit, 9/16" Bolt Hole, 2.0" O.D.

Summit Machine Medium Flex Joint-14mm (9/16" Bore)










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