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Just installed a set of chevy springs on the rear of my toy and at full stuff my 36 tsl rub hard on the frame. so i went out and found a 86-94 toy rear axle for 125! is this a good price? also im selling my old 84 axle in for sale w/ traction bar mount,new bearings seals and good brakes
 

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thats a great price if it is complete and in good condition.

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Originally posted by David Otto Fritzsche:
<STRONG>If that is complete sounds like a great price to me. I want to get on and high clearance it.</STRONG>
High clearance a toy axle? Is that like shave the pig(d60). never heard of doing that to a toy axle is there enough room to high clearance it?
 

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Originally posted by strmin:
<STRONG>High clearance a toy axle? Is that like shave the pig(d60). never heard of doing that to a toy axle is there enough room to high clearance it?</STRONG>
Yup, just like this pic:



Edit: Forgot a pic of a front axle, here you go.



[ 09-14-2001: Message edited by: I Lean ]
 

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maybe it's just me, but your high clearanced axle looks no different from the stock (as far as clearance is concerned) maybe it's the camera angle? BTW, what kind of axle is that in the front? and just out of curiosity, how much lift do you have, tires not included? <IMG SRC="smilies/smile.gif" border="0">
 

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thats the allpro comp truck. with a d44 knuckle'd toyota front axle-----brad
 

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Yeah for all the work that went into it, it doesnt look like you gained very much clearance. but it looks good <IMG SRC="smilies/smokin.gif" border="0">
 

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Originally posted by strmin:
<STRONG>Yeah for all the work that went into it, it doesnt look like you gained very much clearance. but it looks good <IMG SRC="smilies/smokin.gif" border="0"></STRONG>
they didnt gain a ton of travel but the metal is much thicker then stock allowing for great bashability
 

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Originally posted by SquirrelMaster:
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Originally posted by strmin:
[qb]Yeah for all the work that went into it, it doesnt look like you gained very much clearance. but it looks good <IMG SRC="smilies/smokin.gif" border="0"></STRONG>
they didnt gain a ton of travel but the metal is much thicker then stock allowing for great bashability[/QB]
ya right <IMG SRC="smilies/rolleyes.gif" border="0"> give me a break,they cut it then put on a big fat skid, I and almost everyone has run a toy front with no skid and bashed the livin piss out of them with no problems, tack weld the drain plug at the most.
 

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Ya, $125 bucks is a great price if its complete and in good shape.
I just picked up a complete '91 Toy V-6 axle today for $125 bucks too.
Good deal.
lata, <IMG SRC="smilies/smokin.gif" border="0">
 

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It needed a little tlc but i got it all cleaned up and installed. everything went together nicely thank god...now i just need to weld on a traction bar mt. and some new shock mounts and ill be ready to rock the con for the clean up...see ya there hopefully <IMG SRC="smilies/smokin.gif" border="0">
 

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oohhh and i need someone to pump and hold while i bleed my brakes...anyone available? <IMG SRC="smilies/smokin.gif" border="0">
 

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I'd pay $125 in a second!
If ya gotta bleed the brakes by yourself, just connect a tube from the bleeder nipple and put other end in A jar with some braek fliud already in it, open bleeder, fill the reservoir under the hood and pump away on the brakes... careful not to let resovior run dry or suk air.


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