4x4 dbl cab tacoma build

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Jester9

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What he said^^^^^ not sure on the exact number but you definitely need a little negative

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FasterNU

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I do the toe all ghetto using the tread on tires and a tape measure in my driveway. Make front about 3/16" narrower than rear of tires. I have also tried clamping levels to wheels and using them instead of tread. Same results.... which is... seems to work! hahah

You just reminded me with your paint marks. I need to mark my driveshaft so i know how it was assembled for balance...
 

jonsangel

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I do the toe all ghetto using the tread on tires and a tape measure in my driveway. Make front about 3/16" narrower than rear of tires. I have also tried clamping levels to wheels and using them instead of tread. Same results.... which is... seems to work! hahah

You just reminded me with your paint marks. I need to mark my driveshaft so i know how it was assembled for balance...
I did 1/4" with the 4' sticks. I think i'll need to go a little more negative. I'll try your method now i have the wheels on.

I also punched an "X" on the fittings for when the paint fades or get's scratched off
 

FasterNU

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^^^ my plan was to use my auto center punch to mark one side as well...

funny fact... i was paranoid the weight of paint could make shaft less balanced. So my shaft is still raw dog.

That's just stupid talk, right? LOL
 

jonsangel

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I can't see it being that sensitive to weight. Plus the paint should be pretty even around. Th e driveshaft place painted mine. It was painted after it was balanced though
 

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