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Old 12-04-2008, 06:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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i just got my 1987 samurai about a week ago and i have allways been a 4wheel drive nut so naturally i started looking for stuff to make it bigger. One of my buddys actually has a whole toyota parts truck axles an everything an said i could have it so im just gonna stick the springs over the yota axles and go with it. i know you gotta have the kit for the front axle perches and your better off gettin a high steer kit of some sort. but im kinda lost on the driveshafts ive read about using the toyota cv in the rear but what do you use in the front and what all adapters would i need. another question is that i have the toyota tcase to so what adapter would i need for using the tcase and having the regular yota driveshafts cut down if i were to go this way with it thanks for any help

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Old 12-04-2008, 08:27 AM   #2 (permalink)
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You need to talk to Scott over at Rock 4X Fabrication. He makes (and is the originator of) the 'Rat Adapters' that you need to install Toy shafts to sammy t-case. And if you use the Toy t-case, he makes the adapters to mount the t-case to the tranny.
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i appreciate it man thanks a lot these suzukis are different than what im used to
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