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Quick picture on samurai rear shaft vs. toyota.

Brousing through old skool stuff and thought I'd upload this again.

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Re: Quick picture on samurai rear shaft vs. toyota.

Cool, so with a standard 6inch lift and rat adapters, you are set... dummy me, I should have seen this before,

what about the front shaft? how long is it?

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Re: Quick picture on samurai rear shaft vs. toyota.

what year toyota shaft is that and what model?

what do you need to do to get to work with samurai flanges?
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Re: Quick picture on samurai rear shaft vs. toyota.

Here is a picture of Mine installed with a rat adapter.





I am still working on mine so I will have to see how everything works.
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Re: Quick picture on samurai rear shaft vs. toyota.

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what year toyota shaft is that and what model?

what do you need to do to get to work with samurai flanges?

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That shaft is a 79-83 comes off of a 4cyl toy front

You can also use the rear non cv toy shaft on the front with an adapter OR put one of our Hi-clearance X-members in and then install a toy front cv in the front of a zuk
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Re: Quick picture on samurai rear shaft vs. toyota.

sweet, gonna get a shaft from work tomorrow..
do i need to drill the stock sami flanges or drill the yota yokes?
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Re: Quick picture on samurai rear shaft vs. toyota.

To make the shaft work you need an adapter from us. if using the 79-83 shaft you have to open up the shaft holes. and flange. On 89 and newer zuks no mod to flange just shaft. If you use 84-85 toy shaft. It may need to be cut down in length. but works just the same. Also if you are installing the toy shaft into a stock drivetrain you need to adapters if you have a toy rear axle only 1 is required at the t-case. mind you this only takes care of the rear. options for front I posted in above post
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