interesting 60/62 classified

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by clownmidget, Jan 10, 2004.

  1. clownmidget

    clownmidget

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    I came across this and thought someone might be able to take advantage of what appears to be a FREE setup???

    Good luck and let me know if it's real.
    Mike R.



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    Toyota Land Cruiser locking rear axle

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    Reply to: anon-22099188@craigslist.org
    Date: 2004-01-08, 9:52PM


    Locking rear axle for a Toyota Land Cruiser station wagon (FJ 62), 1988-1990, 4:11 ratio. From Specter Off Road, never installed, has been kept out of weather. It requires some work to install it. It weighs over 300 pounds, probably three people to move it. I have a pallet that you can fasten it to. You must transport it.



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  2. Landpimp

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    yeah even if it's not a cable locker(which would mean a full floater as well) yeah can't beat a free rear end, seeing how the 3rd will bolt right into a 40 or 60. If it is a cable locker(and it prolly is) some is gonna score!

    John H
     
  3. Mike S

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    According to the guy who offered it, it GONE!

    Too bad. I might have found some use for it. If a dealer got it, they'll make a few bucks without much work.

    Mike S
     
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    That's too bad, but I thought it sounded too good to be true. :mad:
     
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    I checked with him too!! He must be kicking himself!
     
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