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Anyone with a new tundra care to measure and snap some pics of the stock rear driveline ujoints? I'm hoping they are a larger, beefier version of the minitruck stuff.
 

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Would have to be newer 07 up body style my 06 look like the same size as the mini's.
 

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most are 1350 with a toy pattern but its a larger spread and 11 mm holes- Jess
Are they the same magic metal as the oem mini truck joints? I know you've compared the good mini joints to 1350 before and as you know I'm looking for a flanged joint with a little more.
 

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I know the 60 series joints are larger, but they don't have the angle the mini joints do.
 

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Anyone with a new tundra care to measure and snap some pics of the stock rear driveline ujoints? I'm hoping they are a larger, beefier version of the minitruck stuff.
Are you breaking them often? I've never broken a stock ujoint personally...I hear it happens rarely though.
 

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FJ80 fronts are the same as mini truck. FJ80 rears are larger than mini truck and I *think* that they are the same as the FJ60s. Havent done one on a newer tundra but the 05 and newer tacos are spicer shit and I would assume the new tundras are the same.
 

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I did on the front of my last 40 with mid 400 hp, 42's and some crazy angles. The rear with cherry angles outlived 2 d60 r&p's, an arb and 3 4340 shafts. New rig is 550 hp, 37-40" tire and more angle.
 

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I've got an 07 Tundra with the 5.7 4wd and all the fixins. Its dark here now and below freezing so I'm not inclined to climb under that thing right now. I can snap a cell fone pic and email it if ya want, no star so no pic post. They look BIG if I remember right. pm me
 

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All the newer stuff (ie. junk C-channel frame shit) is Spicer. You can actually use a stock yota flange to mate a 1310 joint to a Toyota diff which works well in many Rover and Samurai applications if using domestic driveline parts.
 
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