4x4 dbl cab tacoma build

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jonsangel

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I'm using RCV toyota pickup cv on the outside (https://www.rcvperformance.com/ultimate-30-spline-cv-joint-for-toyota-axle-kits.html) and a plunging 930 on the inside (https://www.rcvperformance.com/ultimate-plunging-930-cv-joint-chromoly-cage-300m-race-and-30-spline.html). Then just a 30 spline axle shaft. My diff is from a supra which apparently is the same ring gear as land cruiser I believe so I can get reverse cut gears. The supra is flange mount so I just needed to adapt the hole pattern to match the 930. I probably wont set up the four wheel drive for another year so I can focus on getting all the other stuff done
 

smokeysevin

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I'm using RCV toyota pickup cv on the outside (https://www.rcvperformance.com/ultimate-30-spline-cv-joint-for-toyota-axle-kits.html) and a plunging 930 on the inside (https://www.rcvperformance.com/ultimate-plunging-930-cv-joint-chromoly-cage-300m-race-and-30-spline.html). Then just a 30 spline axle shaft. My diff is from a supra which apparently is the same ring gear as land cruiser I believe so I can get reverse cut gears. The supra is flange mount so I just needed to adapt the hole pattern to match the 930. I probably wont set up the four wheel drive for another year so I can focus on getting all the other stuff done
Which supra diff? I am using a mk3? supra limited slip in the front of my Tundra which is a 7.5" if my memory is correct.

The hubs/uprights turned out awesome. I really should have painted mine before I slammed them on.

Sean
 

jonsangel

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Which supra diff? I am using a mk3? supra limited slip in the front of my Tundra which is a 7.5" if my memory is correct.

The hubs/uprights turned out awesome. I really should have painted mine before I slammed them on.

Sean
Mine is a mid 90's MKIII as well with LSD. where you able to just drop that diff into your tundra case or did you swap out the whole thing? I like how your shifters enter the cab. I may try something similar.
 

jonsangel

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I made a little progress on the wiring. The gauges will get loomed properly once I transfer them over to the real dash. I can only get the wiring 50% done on our dining room table before I have to work in the garage haha
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smokeysevin

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Dec 28, 2012
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Houston
Mine is a mid 90's MKIII as well with LSD. where you able to just drop that diff into your tundra case or did you swap out the whole thing? I like how your shifters enter the cab. I may try something similar.
The clearance on the rear of the carrier where the ring gear bolt heads stick out was really tight to the tundra case I have. I ground down one of the ribs on the inside of the case to make sure it would fit but its been fine once everything was setup and assembled. Side note: clamshell diffs suck to setup.

Sean
 

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