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14mm Rear t-case flange is needed.

Afternoon. I am in need of a 14mm bolt pattern rear transfer case flange.
I'll have my existing 12mm flange avail for trade if needed.
Sometime before the new year!
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Re: 14mm Rear t-case flange is needed.

howdy,
talk to brent at trail tough.
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Re: 14mm Rear t-case flange is needed.

Hopefully Brent has them.
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Re: 14mm Rear t-case flange is needed.

yup, he has them----but there new. Somewhere around $54---I think. I called a couple weeks ago to ask about one, then I realized that a friend has a parts truck w/ the big flanges. Free is always better. Brad.
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Re: 14mm Rear t-case flange is needed.

Yuckie, 50 bux... Does your friend have any left?
Yoter project is needing completetion.
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Re: 14mm Rear t-case flange is needed.

I know the rear pinion can be interchanged w/ the t-case. I swiped the t-case one for this yota shaft upgrade. He's wanting to do the same thing. Do you know if the fronts (t-case & diff) are the big flanges? If so, we'll have a few extra & I'll send you one. I'll go over there sometime tomorrow to check if nobody comes up with an answer. Brad.
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Re: 14mm Rear t-case flange is needed.

I've heard the front flanges absolutley will not work, I've also heard the axle pinion flange out of some type of sidekick will work, looks like I am going new though.....
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Re: 14mm Rear t-case flange is needed.

I wonder if I could adapt the small flange w/my 1/2" spacer I have.. Apparently the yoter shaft is 19" collapsed, looks like the distance from the 2 flanges is 21" there bouts.. Hmmmm..
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Re: 14mm Rear t-case flange is needed.

That's too bad. I'll still check anyway though. I swapped out my t-case flange & installed the 'kick rear diff. (w/ the big flange) I'm hoping the CV will help with driveline vibes. I don't think you could make the 12mm flange work----just not enough meat on it to re-drill. Maybe if you used an enlarged spacer w/ the holes for your flange on one side & the holes for the d-shaft on the other. Don't know where you'd get one & I bet it would cost more than a new flange. If you've got another day or two, I'll keep checking to see what I can find out. Brad.
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