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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-16-2003, 10:44 AM
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i got a few questions for you guys, first off does anyone have the samurai emblem that goes on the grill that their willing to part with. my was stolen more like just ripped off at work, since i work the late shift at wal mart it could have been anyone, im suzuki-less. it just doesnt feel right driving it like that. next are there any toyota axle that off centered like the samurai cause i read some where on the net that said it will vibrate if its not straight if so what year? and if not what is the best year to use for axles on a toyota? another question where do you guys buy your weatherstripping the one that goes around the door? ok last question have any of you guys made a roll cage for a tintop? if so do you have any pics? one last thing anyone selling thier axles witht the perches welded on alreadya nd if so how much for both front and rear?


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post #2 of (permalink) Old 10-16-2003, 11:49 AM
 
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I can't say for certain if you'll have vibes or not because some do and some don't. What I can suggest is that you do what I'll be doing. Mine is just the opposite and I need that rear centered exactly. It's actually offset about an inch to the pass side. Too much for me, not enough for you [img]images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img] I'm going to run a 2" backspaced rim on the pass. side rear and slide the diff over an inch. That way the rear axle stays centered and the diff flange is actually in center. For you, put that 2" BS rim on the drivers side and slide the axle over more. Not sure what the BS is on your rims now but just make sure the axle is centered. This isn't perfect but will work. Not to mention, the front Toy axle is a bit wider than the rear but not on all Toy's. I don't want to start quoting years [img]images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img] Hope this helps!

As for the emblem, sorry don't have one.

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a landcruiser rear end is offset to the passenger side, I have a FJ60 rear end with a pickup front end, only thing is sometimes the rear LC axles gears dont match the pickup fronts, it would be smart of you to pick up a Landcruiser FJ40 rear axle and a 85 and under front pickup axle to put under your zuk...in this case both front and rear diffs will be set to passenger side...
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Ive got a complete set of toyota axles for sale. Pretty cheap too. PM if youre interested.

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Toy fronts are not wider then the rear the IFS trucks have a wider rear then other years but never has the front been wider then the rear.
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Scott, On the '79 to '85 trucks the front is 55 1/2" and the rears are 55". The '86 and newer are 58" rear and this is what I used, just shorten passenger side 3".
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Sorry, To answer the orginal post. I have several grills and the Suzuki pieces. I also have the weather-striping and axles both, Toys and Zuks which do you want. I'm getting ready to do a full cage in the wife's tintop. You about 3 1/2 hours from Oklahoma City, if your interested.
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post #8 of (permalink) Old 10-17-2003, 07:30 AM
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i live in the rio grand vally 15 minutes from south padre island more like 10 hours away but when you do the roll cage post pics of it so i can see how it went, i got another question for you guys with the 1.6 swap you guys say you get alot of noise when you have headers and an exhust, what kind of noise it it and how loud?

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Sorry, For some reason I thought you lived in Dallas/ Ft worth aera. Yes, that's a far drive. I bought a tintop for the wife from a older couple and they bought it new. They used to drive it to Padre and back, long drive in a stock Sami.
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