- Jun 13, 2022
- Nashville, Tennessee
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Here use Mega zip and look it up. You could also use SOR site to look. they may have them.
Before you order wheel studs select your wheels. If you stay with steel wheels you may get away with factory length wheel studs. If you go with aluminum wheels you will probably need longer studs.
Curious where you ordered FF axle from ?
I've got a question for those who might know. I ordered a 40 series full floating rear axle, and when it came in, I could tell some of the parts were not OEM. It had Nitro Axles in it. (which is a good thing, I guess) Also, it looked to me like the hubs were not factory. (all of the brake components had been removed.) All this being said, there were no studs for the rotor to go on when I do my disc brake conversion. Does anyone know the part number of the studs I need to source?
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Just for the sake of conversation, the guy at Cruiserparts told me this FF axle came out of a '78 model. When it came in, it had "HJ47" written on top of it with a paint pen.
When I did a full float conversion I used adapter flanges from FROR and machined the backside to fit the flanges on the axle housing. Had the flanges on the housing turned to make them round to make welding easier.
I used front spindles, and wheel hubs to build it out with drive flanges. The adapter flanges had the mounting tabs for Toyota FJ40 calipers and used FJ40 front rotors. Today I put the tires to make it better to haul the assembly to the machine shop in my truck.
Well from the photos it looked there was not way to mount a calliper to the housing and not sure if drum brakes would work with that set up.This is not pertinent information to @suzuguru question at all. He has a original Full-float, not a conversion.
Doesn't surprise me that he told me wrong. Just for my own knowledge, how can you tell the difference?
Did you mean to say drums? Are you talking about rotors that are also drums for the handbrake?
Well from the photos it looked there was not way to mount a calliper to the housing and not sure if drum brakes would work with that set up.
I can tell by the 4-bolt mounting flange.
Yes, I meant to say drums. Full size 12" drum, single self-adjusting wheel cylinder.
I have set up a ton of 40's this way and it works awesome. They are still used on new Land Cruiser's today. Would love to help you get set up with everything you'd need.
I think you could also use the 99-up 70 series disc/drum combo but those backing plates are hard to find.
How can you say that? Thousands of FZJ owners and wheelers would disagree with you....IMO the 9.5 chunk is not up to the task/driving that most people who install FF do.