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Stumpalama

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Just drill the pinion flanges to fit the 40 bolt DS pattern. Pretty simple, really. I've drilled mine several times.
Or... buy these: Cruiser Outfitters for the 10mm FJ40 bolt pattern.
 
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The 78 and newer 40s have the fine splines but the stake nut is different. So you would have to swap the 40 flanges using the 60 stake nut and be really careful not to further crush the crush sleeve (assuming they were using crush sleeve in 86).

Probably easier to drill.

If you are planning on running anything larger than stock tires, I think you would be happier with the 4.11s
 

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You can always throw in a new crush sleeve, since you are likely putting in a new pinion flange seal.
In order to drill, you have to have the round flange.
I say if you are going to go through the trouble of swapping gears, you might as well get the cruiseroutfitters flanges.
I may try to move this discussion to a separate thread so as to keep this one on topic.
 

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Ironman Toyo13B springs for sale. $100 + shipping. ~5000 miles and one wheeling trip. Or trade for mediums. These springs can work for either a 100 series or an 80 series.

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Bought a running 86 FJ60 yesterday frame is really bad gonna part it put. 161K on the truck, blue with gray interior. Body not the best front seats also worn. Engine and drive train, brakes and steering work fine. Let me know if you need anything from it. best to email me shmukter@pa.metrocast.net.
 

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Looking for a cheap stock toyota radio for the earlier years 3rd gen 4runners. Must have the tape deck and all functions working.
Going to drop it into a 2001 3rd gen whose radio sucks.
 

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A friend of mine is selling a 64 factory soft top 40 in eastern Ohio. No hardtop, soft top or doors, but looks to be otherwise complete. All the seats are in place and the dash looks complete. Has some rust of course but to me appears salvageable. Has the drop down tailgate as it should. No engine in place but it comes with a good later year F engine. I've bought and sold trucks and parts with the owner and his father and they've been great to deal with. Looking for $3K I just don't have the time or space for this project right now. I can send pictures and contact info to anyone seriously interested if you email me shmukter@pa.metrocast.net.
 

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Looking for a few things.

Upper rear hatch for 96 80 series. Need a clear one. Mine is rusting around the bottom of the window.
Also, hoping against hope I can find a heat shield and a hard cooling line for an FJ40 OEM power steering setup.

Thanks
 

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Looking for a few things.

Upper rear hatch for 96 80 series. Need a clear one. Mine is rusting around the bottom of the window.
Also, hoping against hope I can find a heat shield and a hard cooling line for an FJ40 OEM power steering setup.

Thanks
I made a heat shield for my OEM PS out of some aluminum sheet I had laying around. That hard line is almost unobtanium and I recall them going for big $$$. If you are not going for factory original, then a trans cooler is the best way to go. It cools much better than the stock cooler setup.
 
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