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Discussion in 'N/A Mods & Tuning' started by Nashman, Nov 23, 2015.
Well look at you mister fancy pants haha
I built it myself only costed like 100 something
Is it made of wood
maybe pine or is it a hard wood ?
No 1 1/2" steel tubing and three bars ends with poly bushings with an adjustment on the bottem. It's like urds but all welded on brackets and a little shorter. I need to get a pic of it.
Ya i want to build one but stock class in auto cross will not let me
Yea that sucks. Traction bars should be allowed in all classes.
Does anyone know what all the torque specs are for all the bolts? I know the ones are 35fl-lbs but don't know the others.
tight lol with out shop key I don't know think i may have said it in one of my post or wrote it on the gear or something
the main cap bolts is the only one you need
(((((correction 70 foot pounds ))))) google told me that for both ring gear and main caps
oh and add red lock tight to the ring gear bolts and if useing it drop your torq 10 pounds
i not sure if i used red lock tight with this install B i used to use it on toyota 8 inc spilne cone adjuster they deflected alot
the Tacoma diff is alot more robust with it's griddle caps
Awesome I found another source on like tacoma world or something that had 63ft-lbs for the caps but I said fuck it and did 70ft-lbs. it's all back together just waiting on my new seal for the housing and it's all done. Wasn't nearly as bad as I thought. The hardest part was wiping the oil off the clutch discs to get my lash set. Only needed the heaviest and lightest shins. Got mine down to 005 like my goal. Left the coating (what was left of it) on the clutches as well. The pins were not very easy either but I have a lot of patience and got them lined up pretty easy. Whole process took me about 2 hours of just taking apart and getting the diff shimmed and torqued back down. Thank you very much for the write up Nashman. Can't wait to have my rear locking up like it should be!
Good to hear buddy you will love it