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Old 07-18-2008, 04:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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gear cases/taco drive shaft. flange?

i am building my taco with gear driven cases and i cant find a flange thta will fit my taco drive shaft. i want to keep it cuz it has the cv. iv called marlin and trail gear and searced but cand find anything that will fit dose anyone have anythi9ng that worked?
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i am building my taco with gear driven cases and i cant find a flange thta will fit my taco drive shaft. i want to keep it cuz it has the cv. iv called marlin and trail gear and searced but cand find anything that will fit dose anyone have anythi9ng that worked?

i used the quad drilled flange that inchworm sells and my taco cv's bolt pattern worked
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you have a v6 right? i have the 2.7 and im pretty sure the bolt patterns are different.
thats why im asking iv found some that will work with the v6 but not the 4
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you have a v6 right? i have the 2.7 and im pretty sure the bolt patterns are different.
thats why im asking iv found some that will work with the v6 but not the 4
measure your bolt patttern hole center to center as an X and ill see if itll fit on the flanges ive got??
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it is 3 11/16 in an x center to center. it is 2 9/16 in a square
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Talk to Jim at Inchworm, this should bolt right up.

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i just dropped in an inchworm built t-case with quad drilled flanges in to my taco 4 banger. bolt patterns work fine
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you need the front output from a cv front shaft from an older p/u. Thats what i had to use with the Tacoma rear shaft and gear drive case.
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you need the front output from a cv front shaft from an older p/u. Thats what i had to use with the Tacoma rear shaft and gear drive case. Or a rear one of a Turbo case will work.
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i called marlin and he said the turbo flange would work to so i bought it but when i tried bolting it up it didnt work.
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sorry, i was gone at we rock all weekend, i can measure that for you tomorrow morning
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Using front t-case flanges or turbo flanges works for the older CV joints (IFS/straight axle front CV's), but the newer rear CV's bolt pattern in tacos and 4runners is even bigger. I think the one Inchworm sells works for all of them, but give him a call to make sure.

I just used my old shafts in my new runner, so I didn't have to worry about the flanges, but I did notice the original one was bigger and wouldn't bolt up.
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you need the front output from a cv front shaft from an older p/u. Thats what i had to use with the Tacoma rear shaft and gear drive case.

this is what i did, i used the front flange from the case and drilled it for my rear. very simple
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