T1 FUN - 1998 Toyota T100 SR5 4x4, 5-spd, TRD Supercharged

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FasterNU

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if your toe is off... when driving forward it can push the front of truck up(toed in too much)... or make it squat down (toed out) and give you a false camber reading... (And does the opposite when backing up)

I usually go for about .125-.25" toe in (driveway style.)
 

SoupGFX

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I cut off the front mounts and move them forward about 5". Had to make some plates to flatten out the area to place the mounts to.
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Got both mounts moved forward and it's finally looking like the axel is going to land in the old stock spot.

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I did some measuring to find 52.5" distance. I quickly realized that it lands right where the bed mount is located as well as the frame cross member. So unless you guys see something that i'm doing wrong, I'll be cutting out the cross member and replacing it with a 1.75" .120 wall DOM as well relocating the bed mount.

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SoupGFX

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I'm back in the market for a Ford 9". My friend came last Friday and convinced me to move to a 9 incher. You guys got anything for sale?
 

dsrtrcr01

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52.5 is correct # posted. I still go with what works on mine. On the mini Toyotas I usually have to either remove that cross member or notch it to clear the shackle
 

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