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Old 03-25-2020, 05:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Toyota IFS Power Steering Box

Looking for a Toyota 4WD IFS steering box at a reasonable price to be used for a High Steer conversion on a solid axle pickup. Not in a hurry but starting to gather stuff together.
May also be interested in a complete High Steer conversion kit if reasonably priced. It would need to be usable on a low lift setup.
Located in the Sacramento area foothills.

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Old 03-25-2020, 05:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I have a rebuilt IFS box tapped for hydro assist, I'm located in concord ca. $200.00
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I have a high steer kit with 4 stud arms, drag link and tie rod. $200 let me know.
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I have a few ifs boxes $50


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Old 03-26-2020, 09:46 AM   #5 (permalink)
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I have a rebuilt IFS box tapped for hydro assist, I'm located in concord ca. $200.00
I don't plan on adding hydro assist so it seems like overkill for my needs but your price is reasonable for a rebuilt unit so I'll keep it in mind.
I'm assuming there isn't a problem with having it tapped for hydro assist even if I don't use it and that it is a 4WD box.
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Old 03-26-2020, 09:48 AM   #6 (permalink)
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I have a high steer kit with 4 stud arms, drag link and tie rod. $200 let me know.
What brand is it?
So all I'd need additionally is a steering box, steering box mounting plate, and pitman arm, correct?
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4WD Power steering IFS boxes? What condition are they in?
And where are you located?
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I don't plan on adding hydro assist so it seems like overkill for my needs but your price is reasonable for a rebuilt unit so I'll keep it in mind.
I'm assuming there isn't a problem with having it tapped for hydro assist even if I don't use it and that it is a 4WD box.
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The holes in the box have plugs in them currently. Leave the plugs in and use the box as normal, or pull the plugs and plumb the lines for hydro assist. It works either way. I also have a pitman arm I can throw in that's setup for fj80 rod ends.
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Old 03-26-2020, 06:29 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Yes 4wd they worked fine when removed


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I have a high steer kit with 4 stud arms, drag link and tie rod. $200 let me know.
What brand is it?
So all I'd need additionally is a steering box, steering box mounting plate, and pitman arm, correct?
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I believe it’s a trail-gear with FJ80 ends. Yes you will need the other parts you listed.
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The holes in the box have plugs in them currently. Leave the plugs in and use the box as normal, or pull the plugs and plumb the lines for hydro assist. It works either way. I also have a pitman arm I can throw in that's setup for fj80 rod ends.
Is the pitman arm flat (that's what I need)?
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Is the pitman arm flat (that's what I need)?
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Nope, not flat. It has some drop to it. Couple inches...maybe less if it's cold out...
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Nope, not flat. It has some drop to it. Couple inches...maybe less if it's cold out...
Sounds like a personal problem...
I'll still keep this in mind. Just trying to cobble things together.
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