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Looking to buy a 3rd member rear end for a 2006 4x4 tacoma with locking differential

Discussion in 'Buy / Sell / Trade' started by Usurper, Mar 17, 2010.

  1. Usurper

    Usurper [OP] The Beast

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    8" Lift, 37" Nitto Mud Grapplers, 20" Moto Metal 951 Wheels, Black leather interior, Train horn, Bull bar, 8% tint, Custom LED interior, White LED underbody kit, 1350 Planet Audio amp and 2 12" Rockford Fosgate P3 sub woofers.
    I need a 3rd member for my 2006 tacoma. 4x4 with locking differential. If anyone has one they need to get rid of please get back with me. Thank you
     
  2. LBtaco

    LBtaco Thread killer

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    im selling an open diff.. complete hub to hub real cheap.
    just throwin it out there for ya, see my sig.
     
  3. SilverSeven

    SilverSeven Rock Solid Toy

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    im selling an elocker rear out of an 07 with 35k on it

    link in sig, make me offer
     
  4. billyjoe

    billyjoe Taco Fever - I've got it bad!

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    You may want to reconsider. I'd suggest either the OEM or ARB locker - much better behaiviour on dry pavement, which, if your Taco is a daily driver, will be a major annoyance with a Powertrax or Detroit Locker (noisy too). Cheaper is NOT better - do your research before you pull the trigger on this one...;)
     
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