Toyota tranny question

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by FJKai, Oct 24, 2005.

  1. FJKai

    FJKai

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    First, I know, I know, use "Search." But, my question is not the easiest "search-able" question since it comes up in so many various comments in so many various ways. My basic question is "can the stock toyota FJ60 tranny handle a chevy 350 (nothing crazy, just a 350 with a 4 barrel carb)." I'm interested in the conversion, using the Mark's adapter and sticking with the toyota tranny since I have an overdrive (fairy O/D) already. I'm not really into "hardcore" rock crawling or wheeling (I do like to have fun once in a while though), I don't plan on running bigger than my current 33's, I'm running 4:11's with front and rear lockers, I do go to the dunes often and want the power for the sand and freeway driving (and towing dirtbikes). I just want to know (opinions and experience) if the toyota tranny will be fine, or if it will get tore up by the 350. Hopefully this doesn't open up a big can of worms (not my intent, just looking for help), I just want to know if I'm going to waste my time and money mating up to the stock tranny. Thanks.
     
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    yes, it will be fine.
     
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