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JuttyShabango

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Hi-pinion 4.11 out of a 02 TRD Tacoma. Traded it straight up for my ARB setup. Going in the front Axle.:grinpimp:
 
Wouldn't that be a LoPinion from a taco rear? I'm no diff expert here, but I play one on the internet
 
Then I have the donor wrong...it originally was owned by Rock Logic...

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zebrabeefj40 said:
That would be a 80 series front with the high pinion IIRC...

Nick

Thanks Nick, think I've found another to match for the rear:grinpimp:
 
You might want to check around about using that diff in the rear. The reverse cut ring and pinion might not hold up too well in a rear application. I might be wrong though...

Nick
 
zebrabeefj40 said:
You might want to check around about using that diff in the rear. The reverse cut ring and pinion might not hold up too well in a rear application. I might be wrong though...

Nick


As long as I don't back up alot, I'm good...:D If I do start rippin R@P teeth off, I'll get them cryo'd...

Weighing the pros and cons though, it will save me from bashing the s*** out of my pinion flange and D-shaft...I hope!
 
High pinion in the front only. If you run a hp in the rear you are running on the coast side of the gearset and will greatly leverage the carrier bearings and housing; to the point of failure IMO.
 
AKToy said:
High pinion in the front only. If you run a hp in the rear you are running on the coast side of the gearset and will greatly leverage the carrier bearings and housing; to the point of failure IMO.

Thanks AJ...;)
 

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