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Old 09-07-2008, 09:18 PM
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Default Yo, mini/taco/T-100 dudes...

Ran into some questions today that I have no clue about. (OK more questions ) Are the T-cases the same on all the later model V-6 setups?(later meaning post '96ish. Specifically like the T-100 ...can it be doubled like the earlier ones? I need me an edjamacation!
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Yes it can be doubled.

Its expensive.

Automatics differ from the manuals IIRC.

For more, I will defer to others.

However, your best resource is going to be inchworm

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Old 09-07-2008, 09:28 PM
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Yes it can be doubled.

Its expensive.

Automatics differ from the manuals IIRC.

For more, I will defer to others.

However, your best resource is going to be inchworm

http://www.inchwormgear.com/store/

They have excellent tech service.

Thanks! At this point I'm just trying to learn. Are the later cases chain driven?
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AFAIK, ONLY 4cyl cases are gear driven. V6 and auto cases are chain driven.

The adapters allow for a 4.7 or stock geared case to be put in front of the Chain case, or you can adapt and do 2 geared cases, though that only works on pass drop trucks. Not sure which side the T-100 drops.
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They are chain drive and can have a stock gear reduction case put ahead of them for duals.

Alternately, you can put a bunch of gear drive cases and get rid of the chain all together.

I have a 95 4Runner with a 3.4 and late model auto, but with Marlin adaptors and two gear drive cases. It goes really slow.w

Between Marlin and Inchworm I feel like they just about let you put any t-case behind any tranny you want.
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Outstanding info guys! Now I feel that again.....I know everything....just ask!
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I remember at the picnic Oleg telling us that the T-100 has a different t-case than the Tacos & runners, and that's what he was using for his 5VZFE-40 project. I don't remember the actual difference, other than there is one, and if I needed to know I'd remember to ask Oleg.
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I remember at the picnic Oleg telling us that the T-100 has a different t-case than the Tacos & runners, and that's what he was using for his 5VZFE-40 project. I don't remember the actual difference, other than there is one, and if I needed to know I'd remember to ask Oleg.
Now that answer I know! T-100's have the standard right side front output whereas Tacos are lefty's!
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That's right, the T100 shares the same IFS as the 1995 and older trucks (just wider), so it would be a right side diff. When you do a long travel with longer control arms, you use the CV axles from a T100. But it uses a 5VZ. My guess is that the transmission and transfer would be more similar to a 3.0L truck than a Tacoma. You should call Marlin, if anyone would know how all the different transfer cases mix and match, which doubler you need, etc., he would.
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