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Old 04-25-2016, 01:02 PM   #76 (permalink)
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Lol what's an e-brake? When I lived in East Texas safety inspection was easy to pass. Now that I'm back in houston it hasn't been registered in a year and has become a trailer queen. When I swap my fj80 front and taco rear I'll either do stock taco e-brake or swing for the tcase brake.
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Old 04-25-2016, 02:59 PM   #77 (permalink)
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Thankyou for the pics and I'm running the 16v 1.6l with 33 boggers
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Old 04-25-2016, 03:04 PM   #78 (permalink)
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What do y'all mean by turn down the snout? And robi did you just cut out the whole hump ? From the tunnel
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Old 04-25-2016, 03:54 PM   #79 (permalink)
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The snout is the part the throw out bearing rides on, find someone with a lathe and have the OD turned down to the same OD as a tracker so you can use a stock tracker throw out bearing. I cut my entire tunnel out bc I was going to redo it all
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Do you have to cut the entire tunnel out. ?
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Old 04-25-2016, 04:09 PM   #81 (permalink)
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Can you please send me a few more pics of the tunnel I'm about to cut mine out as we speak
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Old 04-25-2016, 04:24 PM   #82 (permalink)
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No, I had to cut out more because I raised my drivetrain enough to get a flat belly. Nothing hangs below the frame.
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Old 04-26-2016, 09:50 PM   #83 (permalink)
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Does anyone use a triple stick shifter setup? I want to use one but I'm unsure if it will fit because my seats are not OE and are a little wider.
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Old 04-28-2016, 02:23 PM   #84 (permalink)
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Anyone else got any more info or pics for me I could really use it. Really not looking forward. To cutting my perfect tunnel up so I want to cut as least possible
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Old 04-30-2016, 08:17 AM   #85 (permalink)
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Does anyone use a triple stick shifter setup? I want to use one but I'm unsure if it will fit because my seats are not OE and are a little wider.
I used mastercraft original seats in mine, there's enough room for a triple stick shifter should I go that route. Is your trans one originally with a forward shift tcase or top shift? If forward shift I'd say you'd be fine with a triple stick shifter easily.

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Anyone else got any more info or pics for me I could really use it. Really not looking forward. To cutting my perfect tunnel up so I want to cut as least possible
Part of thr process of installing a drivetrain that was never in a samurai. Some people have gotten away with trimming less, just depends on how much you want to raise the drivetrain for ground clearance.

Used to be a good example on zuki krawlers, here's one on this forum.
https://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/suzuk...bra-build.html look at post #5
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My tranny is a top shift. Along with both tcases.
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Old 04-30-2016, 12:26 PM   #87 (permalink)
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In the pic I posted earlier you can see the room I have between my full size Mastercraft seats, which were mounted to the stock seat sliders, and the rear shifters. If I go with a triple stick shifter everything will fit fine and I'm using a trans with a top shift tcase.
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Anyone got the part number for the smaller 1971 to 1974 Toyota Celica Clutch disc mentioned ?

Its supposed to be 8-7/16" or 8.4375" Outer Diameter
All I keep finding is larger 8.875" or 8-14/16= Outer Diameter unit which is 3/8" too big
Sidekick Clutch disc is 8.5" OD
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Old 11-06-2019, 12:50 PM   #89 (permalink)
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Clutch Disk Update
I spent hours looking for this <8.5” OD 1971-1974 Celica Clutch Disc with no joy. All I found was the 8-7/8” OD.
I did notice that the M-PACT discs on rockauto had a similar 2 part modular look to their design. A central “hub flange” & the outer “facings ring”.
I phoned M-PACT to ask if I could mount the outer ring of the 1992 Sidekick: part # 99632D to the 1971-1974 Celica Inner flange: part number 99542D.
Justin at M-PACT said they would make the custom friction disc for me. They took my name & told me to order the Celica disc through rockauto & they would keep a look out for the order.
About 15 minutes later I called them back to let them know I’d ordered it & was told it was done & had already shipped. It took them 2 minutes to build. Less time than I took to complete the online order.
Cost of the custom disc….. $24.79 plus shipping and tax for a grand total of $35.53
So I have the 21 Spline Toyota inner with the correct 8.5” Sidekick OD facings ring with no cutting needed.
Gonna tell Kerry who designed the Ring-R as well as Trail Tough & Low Range.
I didn’t know a service like this existed nor could be to easy.
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Good info! That would solve a couple of my problems.
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Old 11-12-2019, 08:22 PM   #91 (permalink)
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That's awesome, that'll really help me out when I change clutches next.

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Clutch Disk Update
I spent hours looking for this <8.5” OD 1971-1974 Celica Clutch Disc with no joy. All I found was the 8-7/8” OD.
I did notice that the M-PACT discs on rockauto had a similar 2 part modular look to their design. A central “hub flange” & the outer “facings ring”.
I phoned M-PACT to ask if I could mount the outer ring of the 1992 Sidekick: part # 99632D to the 1971-1974 Celica Inner flange: part number 99542D.
Justin at M-PACT said they would make the custom friction disc for me. They took my name & told me to order the Celica disc through rockauto & they would keep a look out for the order.
About 15 minutes later I called them back to let them know I’d ordered it & was told it was done & had already shipped. It took them 2 minutes to build. Less time than I took to complete the online order.
Cost of the custom disc….. $24.79 plus shipping and tax for a grand total of $35.53
So I have the 21 Spline Toyota inner with the correct 8.5” Sidekick OD facings ring with no cutting needed.
Gonna tell Kerry who designed the Ring-R as well as Trail Tough & Low Range.
I didn’t know a service like this existed nor could be to easy.
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Any chance there is a contact number for m-pact handy? I looked up there site and got the office contact. .....is that the right number or is there numerous locations? I would love to get a few of these for my truck as i am on my second disk.

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