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Old 10-18-2013, 11:32 AM   #21
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curious if you have manual hubs can you not run stock tundra axles?
yes you can!!!!
i figured it out!
i have manual hubs and have tundy axles in my truck right now with it all together. i ahvent had a chance to run them yet

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I believe the manual hubs have a different spline count than the auto/tundra hubs.
You must have OEM tacoma axles, and OEM tundra axles, as long as you have that, the spline counts will be the same.
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Yea no. Different spline count.

Have read about swapping the outer knuckle of the manual cv onto the tundra cv but have heard sometimes it doesn't work..
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so are thousand dollar axles your only option for manual hub tacomas? wondering if there is a manual hub conversion for a tundra you could adapt to a tacoma?
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Call. ORS I think. They can help you as they used to make a kit or so,ething for manual hub LT setups.


on a manual hub tacoma you must swap the tacoma outer CV joint onto the tundra axle shaft. as long as you have both OEM cv axles, the spline counts will be the same!


when i called Mike at ORS he told me the same thing.



***note-- i have not ran them yet, but they are together on my truck, i am waiting for brake lines.




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I scored my tundra axles from auto zone, with lifetime warranty for like $200 or something.
nice!!!! Does anyone know what the best/most affordable high angle (long travel) CV boots are? I have found a couple but idk what to go with ill need the clamps too!
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Hell ya thanks buddy el rojo!!!!!
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Fo sho man! looking forward to see ur build come together! 1st gens FTMFW!
Sweet man I'm ordering the boots tomorrow !!!
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so a set of OEM manual cv's and a set of OEM tundra cv's (i am pretty sure all tundras are ADD right?) then just combine the the Tacoma ends with the tundra mid shafts?
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so a set of OEM manual cv's and a set of OEM tundra cv's

(i am pretty sure all tundras are ADD right?) then just combine the the Tacoma ends with the tundra mid shafts?
Yes, Yes, and i think so.
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How is it a yes and no?
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Ya don't know why I said yes and no...lol b

Was merely saying ya splines r same but the tundra cv is a stronger cv then the tacoma. So manual hubs have advantage of unlocking hubs, add has stronger tundra lower and upper cv.
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Ya I guess it's alot better cause when you unlock the manual hubs then it completely disconnects the axels from the drive so there is no ware! And Tacoma is always engaged except the drive gear in 2wd
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so a set of OEM manual cv's and a set of OEM tundra cv's (i am pretty sure all tundras are ADD right?) then just combine the the Tacoma ends with the tundra mid shafts?

yes you are correct.

and cut off the inner lip of the tundra inner cv joint so you can fit the new boot
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