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IFS lift vs. SAS swap???

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas' started by ak47, Nov 18, 2009.

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IFS lift vs. SAS swap

  1. IFS lift

    37.5%
  2. SAS swap

    62.5%
  1. J88logue

    J88logue NorthWest Member

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    What do you mean by Detroit being the standard??
    I was thinking of a Aussie some day up front... IDK
     
  2. 4WD

    4WD cRaZy oLdmAn

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    What I mean is Detroit introduced the locking diff. in 1941 (or there abouts), & they set the standard for other manufacturers (that came later) to meet or exceed, they were around long before the other aftermarket guys....Not neccessarily the best by todays standards but still probably the most popular & most reliable locker going...
     
  3. cmack

    cmack Impeach Chris4x4!

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  4. J88logue

    J88logue NorthWest Member

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    1941......Compared to me that's the damn stone age!!! Just from what i've heard on TTORA Yukon seems to be a pretty pick.
     
  5. 4WD

    4WD cRaZy oLdmAn

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    Well I'm still a member there but don't go nearly as much as I did, TTORA isn't as informative or productive as it once was, theres alot more "Attitude" & not good attitude either, alot of guys just spouting off at the mouth without knowing WTF they're talkin' about, you can just ask a random question (or answer one), not even a dumb one & all they do is flame you. Like I said Detroit has been around longer than the rest & whatever technology the "other guys" have in their lockers it was done off the R&D work that Detroit did originally, so like i said , maybe not the best by todays standard but still the most popular & most reliable...
     
  6. J88logue

    J88logue NorthWest Member

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    :):)
     
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