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Old 04-06-2015, 11:17 PM   #1
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95 Tacoma SAS on Toyota axles

Didn't get around to starting the solid axle swap on my Tacoma until 3-1-2015 (317,176 miles)

In the beginning I was all for keeping it Toyota primarily because I had my '80 I daily'd that I upgraded a little and started stock piling parts from after I bought my Tacoma from my Uncle. He was the second owner and bought it with 28K miles in '97 and I bought it Oct. '14 with 312k. Within the next year I'd like to link atleast the front axle and put it on tons with 40-42s and do a back halve truggy build too

Drivetrain:
-5vz (doing t-belt kit as well)
-r150f
-lce stage 2 clutch masters clutch kit
-dual gear driven cases (2.70:1)
-trail gear adaptors

Front Axle:
-5.29s
-stock birfs/axles
-open (gonna put in a detroit this summer along with 30 spline longs)
-fresh rebuild
-high steer
-tg 4" springs
-12" bilsteins
-tg frenched shackles

Rear Axle:
-5.29s
-detroit
-tg 3" springs
-boomerang shackles (anyone run these or not run these for certain reasons?)
-12" bilsteins




















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Old 04-06-2015, 11:25 PM   #2
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Old 04-10-2015, 12:46 AM   #4
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Don't feel like syncing my phone right now to upload more pics (I will soon) but tonight me and my buddy installed the trans and t-cases, cut the floor out for the rear case shifter, and some other interior stuff. I measured for drivelines as well.... and as I thought, I need some custom length ones. Hopefully those aren't too expensive. I'd like a one piece long spline for the rear to eliminate the carrier bearing.
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Just something to think about with the rear driveline: I was going to eliminate the carrier bearing when i first installed me duals but opted to keep it because it helps keep your drive shaft up and off the rocks. Cool swap so far!
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Old 04-16-2015, 07:02 PM   #6
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The rear driveline was way too long with where my rear axle is placed so I needed a shorter one. If I had moved the rear axle farther back it would have worked. Truck is driving been dailying it this whole week lol
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Nice build....lol I remember boxxes of parts...almost overwhelming...
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