Just wondering if anyone can explain why would the Toyota Land Cruiser 100 series have the rear axle a little off center.
What would be the purpose and point of this?
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I think its position varies with lift and load.
As stated it's just the most direct line from the output on the t-case. It sucks tho since that means two different axle shafts.
Ok. So the 100 is off centre and the 200 series is centred and my Toyota is centre in the rear.
What would be the benefit of the lining up with a most direct line? Is the centred rears not in a direct line?