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Old 12-19-2011, 08:37 PM   #21
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I'm wondering the same thing. I plan on running 33s and was wondering if the 4.10s would be a good match.
Sell me your skidplate? lol
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Sell me your skidplate? lol
Not yet. Instead of getting a full front bumper built, I'm going to slap on some bumper caps to match the lines of the front fenders. For now, as long as I'm running the stock front bumper, the skidplate is staying.

Btw, truck looks good. Let's go offroading sometime and test those new UCAs and coilovers. Are you eyeballing those used T100 4.10s on EGS?
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Not yet. Instead of getting a full front bumper built, I'm going to slap on some bumper caps to match the lines of the front fenders. For now, as long as I'm running the stock front bumper, the skidplate is staying.

Btw, truck looks good. Let's go offroading sometime and test those new UCAs and coilovers. Are you eyeballing those used T100 4.10s on EGS?
you getting fiberglass?
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Are you eyeballing those used T100 4.10s on EGS?
Yes.

I found some on the local Craigslist for $30. Just need to know what truck they're out of. It says Toyota 8", but it might be an 8.4"

http://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/pts/2752731455.html
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Obviously, I would be concerned about power loss and fuel economy. I'd still like to keep above 20+ MPGs, you think thats attainable with stock gears and 30's?

What about like 3.90 and 30's?
Using the Tire Size Calculator, 3.91 running 30" tires will put you with 'factory ratios'. You should be getting 20+ MPG.

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So much good knowledge!

I am under the impression that my base model 2WD non-locked rear end is also the same 8.4" diff. Correct?

If I find 4.10 gears from a Tacoma (all years) or a T100 (all years) they should fit. Correct?

Some of you might know I just went from lowered to mid-travel on 32" tires.
Not all 8.4" are the same, i.e. Toyota Sequoia are also 8.4", but their gears will not work in our 5 lug diffs. Just because of the design of our carriers.

V6 Tacoma (2wd) and T100 gears will work on a 5lug diff.

The key difference between Tacoma 8" and 8.4" is the diameter of the pinion gear shaft. The few guys that have regeared a 5lug have had to purchase a new diff carrier to make it fit.

BTW, the truck looks awesome lifted.
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Old 12-19-2011, 10:18 PM   #26
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Not all 8.4" are the same, i.e. Toyota Sequoia are also 8.4", but their gears will not work in our 5 lug diffs. Just because of the design of our carriers.

V6 Tacoma (2wd) and T100 gears will work on a 5lug diff.

The key difference between Tacoma 8" and 8.4" is the diameter of the pinion gear shaft. The few guys that have regeared a 5lug have had to purchase a new diff carrier to make it fit.

BTW, the truck looks awesome lifted.
I knew I had to stick with T100 and Tacoma's. Didn't know I had to stick to PreRunner Tacos. Good knowledge there.

Thanks for the compliment on the truck. I got some backlash from the lowered community, but fuck it. BUTT FUCK IT.
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gearing depends if you are auto or manual. if auto you should look into 4.30 or 4.56
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Already have the fronts. Just have to get the bumper caps and rear glass.

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Yes.

I found some on the local Craigslist for $30. Just need to know what truck they're out of. It says Toyota 8", but it might be an 8.4"

http://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/pts/2752731455.html
Two sets of 4.10s for $30? Damn, if they are for our 8.4", can I go in on that deal with you for a set?

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you should look into 4.30 or 4.56
Hmm, I'm auto. Care to explain?
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Already have the fronts. Just have to get the bumper caps and rear glass.



Two sets of 4.10s for $30? Damn, if they are for our 8.4", can I go in on that deal with you for a set?



Hmm, I'm auto. Care to explain?
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I haven't picked them up yet. They're still at Engage.
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I haven't picked them up yet. They're still at Engage.
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(4cyl 5 speed)
30's no regear
31-32's 4.10
33's 4.56
I have has ran all of these in diffrent combos and this is the best set up imo all on 15 inch rims btw .

I currently run 4.88 w/lsd on my 5 lug but would not recommend it to anyone that daily drives thier truck.
I also have a set of 4.56 for 50 bucks if anyone is intrested lol
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I knew I had to stick with T100 and Tacoma's. Didn't know I had to stick to PreRunner Tacos. Good knowledge there.

Thanks for the compliment on the truck. I got some backlash from the lowered community, but fuck it. BUTT FUCK IT.
pretty much nothing that is a 4x4 or a prerunner with a factory locker ..they are 8" rear ends ... the xrunners have the same rear end as us too.
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I guess i'll be the first to chime in about about us lowly first gens with the 7.5" rear end. It's really fucking shitty trying to find c-list/used parts on the cheap for this axle...
Anybody know what other trucks this axle came in? I think it was just a bastard set up for 1st gen tacos. Or did the earllier toyota 5 lug pick-ups use the 7.5" rear end as well?
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I guess i'll be the first to chime in about about us lowly first gens with the 7.5" rear end. It's really fucking shitty trying to find c-list/used parts on the cheap for this axle...
Anybody know what other trucks this axle came in? I think it was just a bastard set up for 1st gen tacos. Or did the earllier toyota 5 lug pick-ups use the 7.5" rear end as well?
Huh?

All of my research says that first gen and second gen 5 lug and 6 lug non-locked all have 8.4" diffs.

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31-32's 4.10
33's 4.56
I have has ran all of these in diffrent combos and this is the best set up imo all on 15 inch rims btw .

I currently run 4.88 w/lsd on my 5 lug but would not recommend it to anyone that daily drives thier truck.
I also have a set of 4.56 for 50 bucks if anyone is intrested lol
Wtf Cody? lol

What about 32's with 18" wheels? haha What gearing then?
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Wtf Cody? lol

What about 32's with 18" wheels? haha What gearing then?
18 w off road tires is dumb lol sell ur rims and get some 15/16. No one runs 18's
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Huh?

All of my research says that first gen and second gen 5 lug and 6 lug non-locked all have 8.4" diffs.

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you are wrong ... not all 1st gen 5lugs are 8.4 .. i think none are . 2nd gen 5 lug yes . some first genn prerunners (6lug) are 8.4
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you are wrong ... not all 1st gen 5lugs are 8.4 .. i think none are . 2nd gen 5 lug yes . some first genn prerunners (6lug) are 8.4
all first gen 5lugs are 7.5's according to my research.

I did however get a lot of contradicting info online untill i read it in the manual and id'd my axle.
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(4cyl 5 speed)
30's no regear
31-32's 4.10
33's 4.56
I have has ran all of these in diffrent combos and this is the best set up imo all on 15 inch rims btw .

I currently run 4.88 w/lsd on my 5 lug but would not recommend it to anyone that daily drives thier truck.
I also have a set of 4.56 for 50 bucks if anyone is intrested lol
pmd about your 4.56's
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