Drivetrain Lift?

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by 72rockcruiser, Feb 13, 2009.

  1. 72rockcruiser

    72rockcruiser

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    Anyone ever lift the drivetrain for a flat/near flat belly on a 62?
     
  2. Randy88FJ62

    Randy88FJ62

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    I've considered it and researched it awhile back. My conclusion was that it was not worth it for a 62. It's mostly done by 4runners. I forget the facts but as always, anything is possible if you want it bad.

    I don't think anyone here that I know of has done this modification. Some of the guys that have been under their trucks longer can tell you why I'm sure.
     
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    I know on my 82, there isn't a lot of clearance between the tranny and the body. It would take a body lift and then raise the drivetrain accordingly. And the t-case isn't clockable that I know of, so no way to get that out of the way without raising the entire thing. Now maybe there is a clockable doubler or adapter out there?
     
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