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Beater
07-10-2006, 02:05 PM
on craigs list - great price...

http://denver.craigslist.org/pts/180354841.html

Red_Chili
07-10-2006, 02:18 PM
For $1100 I'd rather build a Diamond\Toyota high pinion I think...

Beater
07-10-2006, 02:24 PM
For a mini - sure, but for full size - 60/62/80, slap in a detroit and your done.

Red_Chili
07-11-2006, 08:05 AM
One does not 'slap in a Detroit' into a dadgum pain-in-the-arse Dana... and I wasn't thinking minis. I was thinking FZJ80 HP third up front and full width Diamond housing.

And a 70 requires a few extra inches of tire for clearance!

We just gotta send you back to the Toyota monastery (The Order of the Pure, run by Brother Kaizen) for some self-flagellation I see....

bustanutley
07-11-2006, 11:55 AM
For a d60 you would honestly be better off starting from scratch using this guy http://www.extremeaxlesales.com/

How much does a diamond housing run? For some reason $900 sticks in my head.

ScaldedDog
07-13-2006, 09:57 PM
For a d60 you would honestly be better off starting from scratch using this guy http://www.extremeaxlesales.com/

How much does a diamond housing run? For some reason $900 sticks in my head.

True, but by the time you FF the rear - pretty much mandatory with custom length axles IMHO, since spares wouldn't exist - get good stout shafts and Longfields up front, get longer steering links... it's an expensive project. But the results are kinda cool...

http://www.scaldeddog.com/images/4-Runner-F.jpg http://www.scaldeddog.com/images/4-Runner-R.jpg

Mark

Beater
07-13-2006, 10:07 PM
One does not 'slap in a Detroit' into a dadgum pain-in-the-arse Dana... and I wasn't thinking minis. I was thinking FZJ80 HP third up front and full width Diamond housing.

And a 70 requires a few extra inches of tire for clearance!

We just gotta send you back to the Toyota monastery (The Order of the Pure, run by Brother Kaizen) for some self-flagellation I see....

well you can just weld it, and unlock the hubs. or you can set up the carrier, which is actually fairly easy.

as for the seventy, a torch and a grinder fix that.

still cheaper, easier. however not needed unless your in the 49 range on a full size or in comp.