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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-17-2004, 07:27 AM
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Toy 80\'s axle front 70\'s axle rear

After having broken 3 axle shaft's and bent my front axle housing in less than a year, I decided I needed something stronger.
In my search I ended up with 1 front series 80's front axle equipped with toyota electric locker and a rear 70's rear axle with toyota electric locker.
Just hope I can install them in my Zuk.
I will use SPOA and 2" springs with it, I don't want to use a Z-link with it so I have been searching the web and can't find an a Sterring kit for the front axle.
has anyone used this axle on a Zuk ??? and installed a over the top sterring system on it ???
Any recomendations on the install


any help would be a great help.

thanks

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Re: Toy 80\'s axle front 70\'s axle rear

If I am not mistake the 70 and 80 axle are the same as a fj60-62 axle. Or are they. I know rockrat is correct with sky manufacturing and marlin but dont forget allpro offroad. There is a thread on pirate4x4.com that has some info on the cruiser axle install in a sammi. I am doing the same swap but using fj62 axles. if you do a search over there you will find the thread.
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http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showt...j60+fj62+axles Went back and found it for you. I think it will have some info in it for you!!!!!
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Re: Toy 80\'s axle front 70\'s axle rear

Thanks for you help, but all this steering systems have a Kingpin 4 bolt pattern and my axles are a 2 bolt patern, and the toyota were the axle came from had coils.

I will try to take some pictures tonight.
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I have no Idea for were you should look. Sorry. Maybe get a hold of allpro offroad or some other Toyota dealer and see what they can do for you. Sorry that info could not help ya.
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all so if you look at the bottom of that post that I linked there is a guy that uses the j7 axles. Maybe he might have some info for you. He also is a euro guy.
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Here are some pictures of the toyota axles I got
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