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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-11-2003, 11:50 AM Thread Starter
 
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TOY Axles & stearing advice nedded!!

I got this E mail from a buddy in our club www.ohio4x4.com and would like to know what you guyes think as far as price goes. the axles are the nerrow ones and 4/10 gears
It sounds pertty good to me but would like some other opinions on it and advice as to what to look for.

Hi Larry, you got it right it's Jason, I took some pics but don't have time to
download them, I'll send them out in the next day or so. I measured the spring
perches and the front are 29.25 inches center to center and the rear are 40
inches center to center.
I have a power steering box, pump, resivour, drag link, and tie rod.
how does $300 for front, rear, and steering sound? I also have a set of painted
15x7 steel painted toy wheels for $40 or a set of american racing alloys for
$75 I'll send pics when I get a chance.
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Re: TOY Axles & stearing advice nedded!!

<font color="green"> Larry, you looking at swapping them into the Zuk? If so, shoot me an e-mail and I'll give ya some info on what to do and other advice. $300 for all that sounds like a great deal! I got my front and rear yota axles for $400, and I thought that was cheap! </font color>
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Hey Larry thats not a bad price, remember now that you rgoing Toy you will need steering weather it be full Hi-Steer or just a simple X-Over because the old Toys were Push pull systems that will not adapt under azuk very well so the steering box youl want will be either a toy ifs, Toy fj60, Scout ,or Sidekick take your pic,, as far as the $300. for a front and rear not bad depending on the condition figure another $150 in rebuildable item front knuckle gasket kits, Tre's if needed lube change etc etc.....
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Re: TOY Axles & stearing advice nedded!!

Am getting all the power steering stuff from the doner toy truck so I should be all set on the steering. Brian is shooting me some info on the swap to my Tin Top and any one else with advice will be apricated.
Thanks in advance , Will get back to any one answering this coming Fri when I get back from El Paso!!!!!!
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If the DONER truck is not IFS the gear box wont work heres alittle more info for ya its an excellent site Toy axle swap
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