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Old 10-04-2016, 02:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Tacoma ProRock 60 Install

Looking for a serious axle upgrade on your Tacoma? FourWheeler magazine recently installed and reviewed our new ProRock 60 for the Toyota Tacoma. What do you think?

Dynatrac ProRock 60 Tacoma Review
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I'd be interested in it if I was in the market, except for 1 thing. Why didn't you make it full float like a Toyota landcruiser?? All that beef and its SF :/
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I'd be interested in it if I was in the market, except for 1 thing. Why didn't you make it full float like a Toyota landcruiser?? All that beef and its SF :/
Probably to get the stock drums/abs stuff to work.
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I'd be interested in it if I was in the market, except for 1 thing. Why didn't you make it full float like a Toyota landcruiser?? All that beef and its SF :/
That's a good question 06silverback. We made it a semi-float rear axle so it could retain the factory wheel bolt pattern, factory brakes and factory ABS system. If a customer is willing to forgo all of that, we can certainly build a full-float version for them. In reality, the semi-float Dynatrac 60 rear axle provides such a substantially increase in strength over the factory Toyota axle, that most customers will never need the additional strength of a full-float rear axle. But again, for those who want it and are willing to accommodate the items listed above, we can build it for them.
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Would this work with the 4runner/FJC style disc brakes?
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Looking for a serious axle upgrade on your Tacoma? FourWheeler magazine recently installed and reviewed our new ProRock 60 for the Toyota Tacoma. What do you think?

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cool. IMO a 60 is the minimum for SA Tacos from '05+

any plans for doing this with the early Taco rears?
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cool. IMO a 60 is the minimum for SA Tacos from '05+

any plans for doing this with the early Taco rears?
Or equivalent I'd def agree. Larger and heavier trucks
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Very nice to see the Pro Rock support for Toyota. I have 2 1st gen Tacomas running 35 spline semi float tons in the rear. One of which is a ProRock 60. Semi float let me keep my 6 lug pattern and with the disk brake setup I saved a ton of weight over the full float. The new Tacoma version is very nice but for the cost I would want to ditch the stock stuff for some disk brakes.
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Very nice to see the Pro Rock support for Toyota. I have 2 1st gen Tacomas running 35 spline semi float tons in the rear. One of which is a ProRock 60. Semi float let me keep my 6 lug pattern and with the disk brake setup I saved a ton of weight over the full float. The new Tacoma version is very nice but for the cost I would want to ditch the stock stuff for some disk brakes.
and...rear discs that have ebrakes like OE.
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cool. IMO a 60 is the minimum for SA Tacos from '05+

any plans for doing this with the early Taco rears?
We're not looking at doing a ProRock 60 for the early Tacomas at this time, but the future is always open, and if enough demand arises then we'd probably consider it.
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Would this work with the 4runner/FJC style disc brakes?
We haven't test fitted with those brakes yet so we can't say for sure.
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