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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-25-2002, 06:28 AM
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Cabt find the post, 88.5+ bolts to yota shafts?

I swear i saw that the Large flange "some 88.5" and all 89+ bolt directly to the yota shaffts. ANyone know for sure? If so im in the market for a front and rear t-case output ,large flanges..
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Re: Cabt find the post, 88.5+ bolts to yota shafts?

No, they dont, but its the best fit. You clock the bolt pattern 45 deg and redrill. I belive I heard that the Yota flange needs the alignment shoulder trimmed in a lathe slightly. Cost should be minimal, any competent macinest could do it.
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Re: Cabt find the post, 88.5+ bolts to yota shafts

Oh becuase the large flange has enough area to redrill i suppose.. I held it upto my small flange and it would be super weak if drilled. Cool i get it [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
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Re: Cabt find the post, 88.5+ bolts to yota shafts?

howdy,
here is the install notes. and oh yes it can be done, and works great. <a target="_blank" href=http://www.izook.com/tech/toyotadriveshaft_installation.htm>http://www.izook.com/tech/toyotadriveshaft_installation.htm</a> hope this helps
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Re: Cabt find the post, 88.5+ bolts to yota shafts?

dont mess with the Toyota driveshaft alignment shoulder. I put a sanding drum in my drill press and took my sammi flange and opened up the hole enough for the driveshaft, took like 3 minutes
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Re: Cabt find the post, 88.5+ bolts to yota shafts?

Yes the bolt pattern and size is the same. If you are bolting a sami shaft to a toy axle the centering hub will not center the driveshaft correctly (not a real big deal). If you are bolting a toy driveshaft to a sami axle you will need to either turn down the hub on the driveshaft, or drill out the flange on the rear end.
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