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      bikersmurf reacted to seapotato's post in the thread 80 series LSD. Identify & value with Like Like.
      I have a cruiser 9.5" 4.1 LSD diff sitting in a bucket in the shed. Removed it years ago because of a loose pinion flange. I read somewhere it's possible to shim the clutches up really tight so that in engages more firmly, might experiment...
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      Thanks, it sounds like it’s not worth the effort to install it… for any price. Have you ever replaced the clutch discs?
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      Unfortunately it’s not an E-Locker… only a limited slip. General consensus seems to be that they are cheap(ish) to rebuild but the clutch discs only last a few years. Seller says it was working when he pulled to replace with lockers. An E-locker...
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      How did this LSD work out for you? I’m considering picking one up for my FF 40 series rear axle. I’m don’t wheel enough to justify a locking diff. Alternatively, I could put it in the front I suppose. I’ve got 60 series gears in the back and...
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      Any guess on their values?
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      I gather it was an open diff in the front and LSD rear in the 80 series. They have been removed in favor of lockers.
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      Anyone looking for a front 8” diff?
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      Thoughts on what this diff is and it’s value? Any good? Used price?
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      bikersmurf replied to the thread FJ40 OEM or like roll bar.
      I’m kicking myself for parting with my half decent long jump seats 17 years ago. Unfortunately only hindsight is 20:20. It would fit perfectly with my current family cage and allow seating for 6. However, the TJ seat will fit like a glove and...
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      bikersmurf replied to the thread Replacing 1974 Booster.
      When I installed an 80 series booster and master I’d have liked to have a spacer but couldn’t find a Vin of a Toyota pickup that came with one… and the dealer didn’t have a way to look one up without it (or so they claimed). I did make it work...
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      first pressing. going to work on getting the bent up portions next. the hard part is done. Still working on a plating option.
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      bikersmurf replied to the thread Baby blue.
      The glass shop glued one of my mirrors on using marine grade silicone. After 20+ years I’ve cracked one of my convex mirrors. Now I have to decide if I replace it or finally go to flat glass… for now I’m ignoring the crack.
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      bikersmurf reacted to MaltbyPenn's post in the thread Unpredictable cornering with Like Like.
      Thanks everyone just about finished the swap out last night, will let you know how it goes.
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      bikersmurf replied to the thread Not cruiser related...
      It’ll be interesting to see how it works out, I suspect you’re right… in this day the fittings and pipe would cost you the $115 or close enough that, if you assign any value to your time you’re $$$ ahead just buying the setup.
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      bikersmurf reacted to seapotato's post in the thread Not cruiser related.. with Like Like.
      Fedex just dropped this off. Kindof an experiment, Mel's wanted to try aquaponics for ages out in the pond when I eventually build a dock. That vevor site had this on sale for 115 bucks. Maybe you could make it for that, but I doubt it...
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      bikersmurf reacted to cruisedeisel's post in the thread Baby blue with Like Like.
      Ahhhh much better. The sills are in excellent condition. Same with the bottom of the hard top. Floor pans are going to be the last of the fabricating to do. But for now its all pleasure baby! Cruising with free fuel, ahhh life is good!
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      bikersmurf replied to the thread Unpredictable cornering.
      My bad… I was thinking about it all wrong. You’re correct. Please go with what he stated I was thinking about it backwards.
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      bikersmurf reacted to cruisermatt's post in the thread Unpredictable cornering with Like Like.
      it looks like you have a front spring on the rear and a rear spring on the front?
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      bikersmurf replied to the thread Unpredictable cornering.
      Shims thick to the front would reduce caster which would increase wander and dartiness. I believe thick should go to the back if they are needed at all. FYI, your centre arm was removed with a Saginaw P/S conversion.
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      bikersmurf replied to the thread Unpredictable cornering.
      I’d align your toe in. I suspect as the weight shifts the path the outer wheel is travelling is different from the inner wheel. Google search pushpin alignment an you’ll find how easy it is to do it yourself.
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      bikersmurf replied to the thread Baby blue.
      Cool looking rig, I'd like to see more of it. I've got fender skirts just like his. I never got around to bending up the tubing I have to make a set fenders like his. I may yet... for now the crack whore fenders are covering the front wheels.
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      It would seem you'll need to make a sacrifice of a young virgin to appease them... it may be much harder to do now since the last 40 series in North America was built in '84.
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      bikersmurf replied to the thread Vehicle pricing trend?.
      Given a two bedroom two bedroom rancher just sold in a few days for close to a million dollars (and it’s like one of the cheaper homes in town), I’d not hold your breath that it’ll drop much. Gas prices have doubled, and everything is getting...
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      bikersmurf replied to the thread Baby blue.
      Couple thoughts… 1) be certain the latches on your kickout windows are fully latched. I had my kickout windows partially open when I had some helpers lift it off. In the process one of them pushed the window closed… when we lifted the roof off...
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