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Old 06-10-2007, 12:51 AM
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Default Aisin Hubs on an 80

What size Aisin hubs fit an 80 and where do you get them? I think that's what UB has on his 40th. I found a pair on a 4runner the other day and it got me thinking.
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Straight axle mini truck/Runner or FJ-6x.
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Straight axle mini truck/Runner or FJ-6x.
I didn't know you could do that! Makes sense. I suppose the manual hubs are better than the automatic ones. Can you replace an auto hub in the field with a manual one?
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I didn't know you could do that! Makes sense. I suppose the manual hubs are better than the automatic ones. Can you replace an auto hub in the field with a manual one?
Auto hubs? This aint no domestic dood!
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Auto drive flange? as opposed to a, er, manual one
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I replaced a flange in the field with a manual hub... the day before I rolled it! No connection.
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Straight axle mini truck/Runner or FJ-6x.
Please tell me more are we talking back or front, what about the center diff?
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Please tell me more are we talking back or front, what about the center diff?
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If you run them in the front it's a direct swap with the drive flange. You will need a center diff lock switch in order to reap the benefit. Supposedly you will gain 1-2 mpg buy pulling the front DS and unlocking the hubs. You will have to drive with the center diff locked all the time or install a part time kit in place of the viscous coupler. I have been running 2 wd since Moab and to be honest I like the way it drives better but really haven't noticed any increase of mileage. Running them front and rear you could flat tow behind another vehicle.
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You will need a center diff lock switch in order to reap the benefit. Supposedly you will gain 1-2 mpg buy pulling the front DS and unlocking the hubs. You will have to drive with the center diff locked all the time or install a part time kit in place of the viscous coupler.
OK. Why?
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