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Hey all.

New here.

Trying to find someone who has taken the time to write down or take photos of the bearing part #'s that are included in the 140032-1 bearing kit.

Like this one.
http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/axle...tial-setup-kit-v6-high-pinion-140032-1-a.html

https://www.trail-gear.com/TG/Differential_Set_Up_Kit_4_Cyl_/i_0_0_876/_140031-1.aspx

Asking to find out if I can utilize this kit for a different application.
I am getting tired of sourcing each bearing individually, plus it gets expensive doing it that way.

All the part numbers off the cone and cup would be helpful.

Thanks if anyone can be of assistance!
 

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yeah search in the Toyota forum for a decently long thread concerning 4cyl and v6 adapter bearings. should be all the various dimensions and part numbers, on my phone so i can't post a link.
 

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Thanks for the reply.

Do you know what keywords to search for to find the thread you are referring to.
Tried searching a bunch of different combinations, but haven't found a thread with part #'s.

From what I have read the pinion bearings are identical but the carrier bearings aren't exactly what I need.

Just trying to find someone who has recorded these numbers from the kit.

Thanks
 

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This thread has the part numbers I was expecting for the pinion.
But nowhere specifies if these match the bearings included with the kit.
http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/toyota-truck-4runner/350838-v6-pinion-bearings.html
Can anyone verify with the kit?

It appears the carrier bearings are where the differences are for what I need.
Toyota V6 TR100802-1 vs. what I need - TR100802-N
http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/toyo...ave-national-bearing-number-v6-rear-diff.html
Can anyone verify with the kit?

Thanks..
 

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What is your application? If we knew that piece of info we might be able to just tell you if it will work or not.
 

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Sure 8" 87' Supra Diff.
Part numbers I use:
Inner Pinion -TR070904-1-N
Outer Pinion - TR0607J-1-N
Carrier - TR100802-N
I also utilize the same solid spacer as the V6 diff.

I am 99% positive the carrier bearings aren't correct for the V6 bearing kit.
 

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Sure 8" 87' Supra Diff.
Part numbers I use:
Inner Pinion -TR070904-1-N
Outer Pinion - TR0607J-1-N
Carrier - TR100802-N
I also utilize the same solid spacer as the V6 diff.

I am 99% positive the carrier bearings aren't correct for the V6 bearing kit.
ya, not sure about that one. do you have it apart and do you have calipers? if so measure the OD of the carrier journal and the ID of the housing. V6 bearings are 50mm ID and 83mm OD. 4 cyl are 45mm/80mm.
 

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Yeah I have rebuilt about 8 of these differentials already.
Will post up the bearing specs when I get home.

So the inner and outer pinions are identical correct?
 
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