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Old 10-05-2013, 03:47 PM   #76 (permalink)
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Trunion/Kingpin/Knuckle bearing part numers, 79-85 front axle:
Toyota #90366-17001-77
KOYO 30303D
SKF part# 30303j2



New part number for SKF bearing is BR30303, this should save some hassle if you get an idiot at the parts counter, as the last couple front diffs ive built needed trunion bearings and there was always some head scratching at the counter.

At least thats the case here in CANADA
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Old 10-05-2013, 05:20 PM   #77 (permalink)
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Does anyone know the rear axle width (WMS to WMS) on the 2nd Gen Tacoma rear axle? 2005 and up? I see the 1995.5 and up listed as 60.75" wide (I think they are only actually 60")....but no mention of the new body style Taco.

Searched for over an hour here and on Tacoma Territory....no luck.

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I was told on Tacoma Territory that it's 65" wide. Hope this helps.
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Old 11-30-2013, 05:29 PM   #78 (permalink)
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Can I suggest adding a link to the SR5 cluster swap section... I read all 3 links plus others on here and from google, and this one was exactly what I needed. It's for a manual SR5 cluster to auto DLX, specifically which pins to move on the plugs.

Doing the SR5 Gauge Cluster Swap - YotaTech Forums

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Old 03-09-2015, 10:37 AM   #79 (permalink)
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i know this goes against many posts on this forum, but my tape measure doesn't lie... stock mini front axle is 56.5" WMS to WMS. Please change the FAQ so people won't go through all the confusion i've had to. And please before you argue, pull out your tape and prove me wrong.
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Old 10-07-2015, 08:42 AM   #80 (permalink)
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More Brake Caliper Info: Not all IFS are the same...

I don't see this anywhere here so thought I'd add this. I recently discovered that there are two different styles of "IFS" calipers and they share the same casting numbers 12+8.

Apparently some IFS trucks still used a solid rotor and therefore the rotor slot is narrower than the caliper fit for a vented rotor.

I have "IFS" calipers from an 88 on my truck and went to do the rotor swap and it didn't fit over the rotor. I ended up needing to get a new set of calipers and ended up with a set from a 91, the casting is S12W, it's the larger 4 equal 43mm pistons.

I measured the width of the rotor opening on my original calipers and it was around 15mm IIRC, the LC rotors are a tad over 19mm wide.

I searched the world wide web and found this over on ih8mud:
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Old 10-11-2015, 06:37 AM   #81 (permalink)
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https://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/toyot...on-tg-sas.html

from that thread.

How to properly install your trail-gear front spring hanger...or What they should update their instructions with.

From Scotty at Addicted Offroad

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We do a lot of these swaps.

3" springs: Front hanger 1/4" back of flush(yes, towards the rear). Ther 3" Springs are an inch shorter than their 4s and 5s. Then push the shackle jig all the way forward in the body mount(not centered).

4" & 5" springs. Flush to 1/4" forward of flush max. Otherwise you are moving the steering box. Center the frame tube in the body mount.

Don't finish weld anything on the front hanger until you finish both the front and rear of the rig and set it level on the axles to check angles.

You want a 20* angle up front and a 25*-30* angle in back on a pickup.

On a 4runner, you want a 20* angle front and a 15* angle in back (due to weight). We also always run 1" taller springs in the rear than the front.

HD Springs are stiff as hell and are NOT needed unless he is running a V8.
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here is a link to another good 22r carb rebuild write up .pdf from master tech mag .com by dan marinucci

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http://mastertechmag.com/pdf/1988/02...san2Barrel.pdf
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http://mastertechmag.com/pdf/1988/09...san2Barrel.pdf

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Old 11-29-2015, 10:51 PM   #84 (permalink)
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http://www.rsgear.com/articles/2001_06.pdf

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i know this goes against many posts on this forum, but my tape measure doesn't lie... stock mini front axle is 56.5" WMS to WMS. Please change the FAQ so people won't go through all the confusion i've had to. And please before you argue, pull out your tape and prove me wrong.
The po of my truck had 3/4" spacers on the front of my truck, I bought the typical 1.5" spacers thinking that's what's needed to match the ifs rear. After measuring I discovered what you did. 1.5" spacers actually give it a wider track in the front compared to an IFS rear.
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