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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-24-2000, 05:17 PM
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Toyota Driveshafts

I am in the process of a SPOA and a missing link setup, being an ex Toyota guy and having Toy buds I was thinking that an early Toy front driveline might work perfectly on the rear of my Sammy. Has anyone done this, seems the CV joint would be ideal due to the driveline angle. I think I can redrill the holes in the rear pinion to work but the one on the transfer case will not work. Has anyone replaced the transfer pinion with one from a Toyota is it the same spline and size, I have a Toy one and it looks similar but I would like to avoid pulling mine if it's a no go. One last thing the length looks perfect does anyone know how much length you need on the drivelines to keep them from pulling out under extreme flex,i.e. Missing link. Thanks in advance... Luigi

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Check out this article- http://www.izook.com/tech/toyotadriv...stallation.htm

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they are not the same spline -toy -to samri- are you trying to upgrade ? i'll check into it - http://www.highangledriveline.prodigybiz.com

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hi 88.5 and jesse,thanks for the info.i will add it to my manual for future reference,ranger rick

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Dont know about the front driveshaft but the rear driveshaft is a direct match up to the bolt holes on and 88.5 and newer ZUKs match perfectly on both the t-case and rear pinion flange. However, the bit problem is that you will have to have the flange inner diameter widened, or the toyota flange trimmed a few thousands of an inch to match, up. On both sides. You may have to do some trimming on the inner flanges of the yota so that the pinion nut and t-case pin nuts dont hit. You will need to look for a 89 or newer yota rear, usually out of a xtra cab 4x4 truck, but they all look like they would work. Help give a try!!

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I have an 86 so I think it will not work.

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