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Old 08-31-2001, 04:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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For those of you running toyota power steering in your zuks. what is the box out of? I have a pump out of an 85 pickup and the axles. I also have the all pro steering arms. and I'm not sure what box to get. Thanks in advance.
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late 70's early 80's corona and celica. or just use the minitruck ifs box.
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If youre gonna use yota stuff get the ifs box.
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<STRONG>If youre gonna use yota stuff get the ifs box.</STRONG>
Got any pics?, I'm thinking about doing it. However it's always easier with pics.

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Old 08-31-2001, 07:26 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I have some info on how to mount a IFS box on a Toy I dont know if this will help you but if it will let me know and I will be happy to post the diagrams.

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i havn't seen the ifs box done on a sammy. it seems simple enough.
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I want to do the Ifs box swap too! THat little toy car box wont be enough to turn big meats sufficiently. Hey OTT show us the diagram u have or explain how u did it, thanks!
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Yea it shouldnt be that hard I didnt use an ifs box but for my chevy box I cut out a plate of 1/4" bolted the box to it and then welded the plate to the frame. seems to have stiffened up the area too. It helps to get a nice comfy chair and a <IMG SRC="smilies/beer.gif" border="0"> and stare at the fram and the box for an hour or two. You'll be amazed what you come up with.
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that beer and staring at it always works with excellent results... but then again it's only 1 box 3 bolts and 1 frame rail... not like your performing brain surgery here. just buy the stuff and do it. then post pics and tell us how much you like it. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
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I think I am gonna do the IFS box and it shouldn't be that hard to cut a piece of iron for a mounting plate, but what about the steering pump? Should I use the same pump for that box or what? What kind of adapter did you use to mount the pump? THanks for the help.
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I don't think the IFS box is necessary on Samurai's. The '78-'81 Celica, Supra, Corolla, Cressida box will should 35" tires (33's for sure) and a lot of abuse. Becides I can get them for $15 CDN at the wreckers( I carry one as a spare just in case). IFS boxes are like gold and everyone want gold for them over here.

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