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Old 09-30-2012, 01:06 PM   #1
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what rear end will fit my 06 tacoma ?

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first time toyota tacoma owner and it's great till now , i have an 06 toyota tacoma reg. cab 4x4 with a hundread and thirty six thousand miles and the rear end is leaking fluid like crazy, not thru the gaskets or seals thru the pumpkin, what rear end can i get , it does not have the lock out button , everyone tells me 01 to 04 , then another tells me an 05 or 06 will only fit. any real answers will help. thanks
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Old 12-30-2012, 07:10 PM   #2
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im curious as well but for an 11... are you looking to upgrade or just oem replacement?
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Dang must have hit something HARD to break the pumpkin!
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Dang must have hit something HARD to break the pumpkin!
My Brother once broke the welds holding one side of the pumpkin to the axle tube on a 1977 Ford LTD doing a brake stand.

Anyways, back to the OP. Where exactly is it leaking? Pics?
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Old 12-30-2012, 08:02 PM   #5
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yea where is it leaking? if it has a small puncture just drain and weld it! otherwise check the torque on your 3rd member mounting.

i would imagine any 05 up rear to fit. i believe the 4 cyls. to even use the same gearing as the 6's. check out the junkyard if you really need to. you could get the one off a trd o/r and wire up that locker lol.

am i way off?
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yea where is it leaking? if it has a small puncture just drain and weld it! otherwise check the torque on your 3rd member mounting.

i would imagine any 05 up rear to fit. i believe the 4 cyls. to even use the same gearing as the 6's. check out the junkyard if you really need to. you could get the one off a trd o/r and wire up that locker lol.

am i way off?
Yup, you are a bit off.

4cyl 4x4s and prerunners have 4.10 gears, while the V6 4x4s and prerunners have 3.73s.

An e-locker 3rd won't fit a non-e-locker axle housing, but you can swap the whole axle. Trouble is, you won't find a complete stock 2nd gen one with 4.10s
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what about using a tundra axle? should be pretty strong eh?
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:23 PM   #8
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i knew the difference between the 3rds and housings, but was clueless on the differences in gearing. thank you
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but spring perch and shock mounts are the same throughout the linup right?
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