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85 4runner instaling a inchworm i tweked the oil seal so could not finish but i did bolt it in so i could get d/shaft measurments.#1 two bolts on the cross member got striped 1 on each side,when removeing them is 3 per side OK.#2 the 89 c/v,one of the flanges is not the same can jess at high angle change that i need to ship it out tomarrow A.M. i have a trip planed this weekend.should i ship the old end just incase.#3 it looks like the C/V on the f/shaft is very close to the cross member is that ok i have 44044's up frunt.#4 is the bud built the only option to get more suport on the T/Case?#5 is it that inportant to cut the perches and change the pinion angle. i know it is alot but this is where i am at <IMG SRC="smilies/beer.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/beer.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/beer.gif" border="0">
 

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Originally posted by toy 4 rox:
<STRONG>85 4runner instaling a inchworm i tweked the oil seal so could not finish but i did bolt it in so i could get d/shaft measurments.#1 two bolts on the cross member got striped 1 on each side,when removeing them is 3 per side OK.#2 the 89 c/v,one of the flanges is not the same can jess at high angle change that i need to ship it out tomarrow A.M. i have a trip planed this weekend.should i ship the old end just incase.#3 it looks like the C/V on the f/shaft is very close to the cross member is that ok i have 44044's up frunt.#4 is the bud built the only option to get more suport on the T/Case?#5 is it that inportant to cut the perches and change the pinion angle. i know it is alot but this is where i am at <IMG SRC="smilies/beer.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/beer.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/beer.gif" border="0"></STRONG>
Yes three bolts per side on your crossmember will hold. You should try to fix it at a later date. If it is one of the outer ones, all you need to do is run a tap in it and then put in a longer bolt with a nut on top.

Sending in the flanges is a good way to make sure the shafts are right. You can also drill another set of holes in the flange to make it work. You will need a punch like this...

 

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you asked about cutting off the perches? you can get shims at any 4wheel store that do the same thing, keep caster inmind though too and dont go too much
 

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Originally posted by Rokcrawla:
<STRONG>you asked about cutting off the perches? you can get shims at any 4wheel store that do the same thing, keep caster inmind though too and dont go too much</STRONG>
explain.i think that would be only a problum in the frunt wright?i was told only about the rear that needed to be moved i donot know why
 

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go to your local 4wheeldrive shop I think the 800 number for 4wheelparts is 1800-421-1050, tell them what you have and they'll recomend which shims you need, I wouldnt go more than 4 degrees though. Anyway they install between the spring and the perch and rotate the yoke up towards the t-case. Just in case thouugh, since you have to ask, the fat side goes forward.
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