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Old July 13th, 2006, 07:25 AM   #1
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My Toy Needs Some Front Suspention

Do I Go Toy Axles Or Regear A 10 Bolt I Know I Donot Wont A D60 ( To Big )

Or A Ifs Front Suspention Lift
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Old July 13th, 2006, 07:57 AM   #2
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What are you running for drivetrain otherwise, and what tires to you plan for the front end?

I would not mess with a 10 bolt. Get a Toyota straight axle, with some 1.5" spacers (or do the IFS hub conversion) then it will match the rear axles width.

If you are running decent sized tires up front, get a set of Longfield axles for it.
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33" To 36" Fat Ones At That For The Mud
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22re 40 Over, Dome Top Pistons, Roller Rockers, 2o Off The Deck, Performance Cam,
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has anyone else noticed whats in the background of that 1st pic ?
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Greasemonkey ?
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u get a cookie. i remember that day. he got stuck and some guy in an f-150 decided to splatter him in mud.
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Yeah, then I think a Toy front as described would be fine...



I run 36" swampers with a lock rite up front, 4.88 gears, 30 spline longfields, aisin hubs, which are getting the longfield 4340 hub gears, no problems yet.
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