I don't agree and here is why <IMG SRC="smilies/wink.gif" border="0"> when Toyota went IFS in 86 and kept solid axles in use in OZ they kept the same solid axle width and went to the wider rear [+3"] and did not add wheel spacers to the front end. if it made the steering [squirlly] or unsafe toyota would have done something, cause they would not want it unsafee on the road. That said go ahead and use the spacers you got <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">Originally posted by zags:
<STRONG>Yes, you should widen your front end, if you dont, the truck will have a tendancy to have more understeer, especially off road. I run the all pro spacers, and so do
several other people I know. They are good quality parts, and they come with studs and lug nuts. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
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I could have sworn a guy here from OZ said that he had the wider rearend in his 90's solid axle. Looks like I stand correctedOriginally posted by stkman:
<STRONG>When Toyota built the 86 on solid axle pickips for Aus etc, they used the narrow rear - they did not use the IFS width rear. Measured a '92 rear the other day, same as my '84.
I will debate you on this, as Pontiac says, wider is better. In the rocks if you are wider you are more stable. Look at the POR members rigs and you will see that most of them have full width D44, or D60 axles, do you think they do that just fo looks!!!Originally posted by zags:
<STRONG> Doesnt mean crap in the rocks!</STRONG>