You can use the truck birfs, I would recomend using them they a re a little bigger and a lot eayser to come by. You will have to do a little grinding on the inside of the knuckle to get it to fit. There were birfs for sale in the Axles,tires,Wheels section the other day.
Yes the cruiser birf is smaller so there is no problem using it as a spair. If I needed spairs I would swap the cruiser birfs out for truck birfs and use the cruiser bifrs for spairs. If that makes sense? Even better get the the truck ones treated by bobby long I thing thats the only way to go birfield.
YEH, SOME DAY IN THE DISTANT FUTURE I'LL HAVE LONG FEILDS, BUT FOR NOW, I'M CONCENTRATING ON GETTING HER RUNNING, FINISHED AND DONE, INCLUDING ALL THE LITTLE THINGS LIKE GAUGES, ECT. AND I'LL PROBOLY BE ABOUT BROKE AT THAT POINT, SO ALL AVAILIBLE CASH IS GONNA HAVE TO GO TOWARDS SPARE'S SO I'M TRAIL READY. LONGFEILDS ARE A LONG WAY OFF.
YOU KNOW, YOU WOULD THINK THERE WAS NO SUCH THING AS WHEELING TOYOTA'S BEFORE BOBBY LONG CAME AROUND. YOU GUYS ARE SPOILED WITH YOUR LONGFEILDS. STOCK CV'S JUST TAKE A LITTLE MORE FINESSE AND ALOT MORE PATIENCE
HAVEING SAID THAT, I HAVE 2 SPARE COURSE SPLINED CRUISER CV'S THAT WILL SOON BE USELESS TO ME AFTER I DO MY FRONT DISC SWAP. ANYONE WILLING TO TRADE THEM FOR FINE SPLINED CRUISER CV'S SO I CAN STILL USE THEM AS SPARES? MAYBE... POSSIBLY... SOMEONE?
You guys just need to remember, the longer 76-78 LC birfs will not work with Asin or Asco hubs, unless there is a version, some say exists that came with that birf. (I have never seen these hubs) The longer will not let the dial section of the hub go on.
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