Originally posted by OffroadRunner:
<STRONG>When I do the SAS somewhere in the future, I was thinking of using coils in the front. Anybody done this? Pros and cons?????Any pics?</STRONG>
Originally posted by sikfj40:
dude i know you dont get them in the states, but you might like to contact JD of this board about it..........86+ toyota landcruiser bunderia front end is coil sprung and they swap straight into the ifs pick ups and 4runners. it is a axe of bolt on job and i think the only thing you need to do is drill 2 wholes either side of the frame to hold the radius arms.
Originally posted by Why I 4B:
Just trying to work out the cheapest/easiest solution to obtain stronger CV's (birfields) for my HiLux. I will be sticking to a leaf sprung front end.
A FJ80 front end is approx 1625mm wide (wms to wms).
Do you know the width of the Bunderia?
Also wanted to swap in an IFS rear as I read it was 3" wider. However I read somewhere that it was 51 3/8" wide (1305mm). This does not sound right.
Do you know the width (wms to wms) for an 86+ IFS rear diff?
I tried searches but have had no luck.
The added advantage of wider track is that I don't have to run wheel spacers.