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Old February 17th, 2006, 07:37 PM   #1
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Ok i pulled the lock-right out and sold it, now im going ot lincoln lock my toyotas rear end....

Whats the most effective way of doing this?
Just weld up the spiders, weld them to the case... results?
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Old February 17th, 2006, 07:52 PM   #2
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Here is what I do for welding diffs. This DOES NOT work on C-clip axles however. But will definatly work on toyota.

Weld in a piece of metal on each side. If you want, I can cut a couple pieces and mail them to you.



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Old February 17th, 2006, 08:18 PM   #3
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I didn't think of doing that, and yea if you want to send me a couple of pieces that would be cool. ill pm you
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I will get those out on monday.

In order to really get good angle on welding a toyota carrier, you will need to remove the ring gear. Just be sure to torque everything back to spec when you get it all done.
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yeah its removed already, needed to just to pull the lunch box locker out... Now it just needs to warm up a bit and i willn't mind stepping out into the garage
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I've used that same method on 44's, 60's, 35's etc all with great success. On my 60 I went the extra step and filled in the void between the spiders and the carrier, and welded that all in place.
And yes I know the carrier is cast, and I welded accordingly
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Well, it's cast steel, not cast iron (big difference).

Brian, that sure is perdy
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