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Old 09-09-2001, 08:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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after sitting and pondering this I could not fing out how to make this work cheeply. The reason I need to make this cheep is because I will be putting a toyota dual transfercase setup there for the drive shaft that I make to connect the zuk T-case to the toy axles will be useless to me. If any one has any Ideas or has delt with the problem and information will be greatly aprechated
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I'm pretty sure late model (post 88.5) have the same pattern as some toys, you just need to find those pinion flanges.
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Old 09-10-2001, 04:56 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I have those flanges. I think I'm finding out I need a certain year toyota double cardian shft to make it work. just not sure which one.
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Forgot to tell you you will need to enlarge the hole in the flange for the shoulder on the d-shaft.
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Here is some info about installing a toy shaft in a zuk. It tells you what you need to do to the flanges and stuff.I run custom adaptors on my toy shaft. http://www.izook.com/tech/toyotadriv...stallation.htm
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Use 88.5 or newer Zuk flange with pilot enlarged just a tad + ~1985 or newer Toy shaft (the one with 14mm bolt heads)
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Old 09-10-2001, 11:48 PM   #7 (permalink)
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hey zuk88, did you make your own spacers or did someone make them for you? I was wanting to do the same thing just so I can move it around my property until I get it to the point were it is done and I will order new driveshafts. If you made them yourself can you let me know what you did to save myself some time.

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I had them made at a driveline shop.
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