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  1. winstonclein

    LC100 2006 axle elocker retrofit?

    I have been tried to look for a post on this behalf, but not success yet on my especific questions. Can I fit an elocker axle from 98-99 100 to a 06-07 100 with little or easy work? Or it'll be a PITA. It will be worthier to fix another lockers instead? I just put 285/75R18 and if I got the...
  2. OptimusPrime

    Will Depreciating 200-Series' Hurt 100-Series' Value?

    I was pondering this the other day - One thing that made the purchase of my 100-Series an easy one (bought it purely as a toy/second vehicle) was the feeling that it would likely never be worth less than the price I paid for it. I'd been looking at 80-Series' prior to buying the 100, but when I...
  3. SimplyTanner

    Wanted 1993 4runner - Need control arms!

    Well, it didn't take me long to bend some IFS parts on my '93 4Runner. That massive tree root came out of no where I swear! At first I figured I tweaked my steering really good, but upon further inspection the top of my passenger side tire is now about 1/2" closer to the body then the driver...
  4. bubfuji

    For Sale Toyota Mini Truck AISIN Locking hubs 86-95

    I have 2 AISIN Locking hubs for a toyota mini truck with IFS years 86-95. Will not fit the FJ60/FJ62 Cruisers. Both hubs have been rebuilt (Cleaned, greased, etc) The Silver faced Hub is near perfect and in great shape, and locks/unlocks well. The Black faced Hub had some serious rust damage...
  5. SimplyTanner

    R&P swap from ADD to non ADD

    Does anyone know if the ring and pinion from a non ADD diff is the same for and ADD diff? It seems the only difference is the needle bearings in the ADD. Which I believe is actually part of the carrier and the housings are identical. Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks.
  6. SimplyTanner

    ADD vs Non-ADD, needle bearings needed?

    Is it possible to remove the oil seal on a Non-ADD Differential and bolt up an ADD axle tube? By removing the seal, the tube and ADD system gets oiled. The only difference I see is that with the ADD system you get needle bearings, and the Non-ADD diff only has the machined in "bushing" with oil...
  7. V

    Pickup IFS Crossmember bent?

    Hi everybody, brand new here, but figured I'd start things out with a little bit of quandry I'm in. I picked up a 90' Pickup for next to nothing, and am planning on doing an SAS on it, but noticed that one of the IFS crossmembers looks pretty funky. Can't tell if this is an insane bend, or...
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