F or G code

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  1. Raffaelli

    Raffaelli Toyotaholic

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    Well its come down to the point where Im going to start building my rear axle. I just am having a hard time deciding which one. :verdict_in:

    82 Lowered a little with biggie wheels and tires kinda going for a hot street/handling theme.

    Theres a F code 3.42 open under it right now. I can get a supra LSD, 4.10 and rebuild kit for about 300 bucks.

    Theres a 1 ton dually axle (77 chinook) G code and a 4.10 open center in my garage. Again I can get a locker for about 300 bucks.

    WWJD? The G code is infinitly stronger, but takes a little driveshaft mod. I can and do break unbreakable things...

    Opinions?
     
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    in the long run, i believe the G code would last you a while.


    and is the G code running the 5lug axle? :D
     
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    this sh*t is confusing.. all i know for now is a lsd drive shaft from a celica supra, with a w58, and a hybrid swap sounds good... :D
     
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    Go big ... or go big later when this version breaks... all see there.
     
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    Let me know when you find that LSD drive shaft.... I wanna chk it out! :ROFL:
     
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    a-holes.... >.>... i found the stupid........ dam did i say drive shaft.... i meant differential... f*k! total fail... wtvr man..... no such thiing as a dam lsd drivveshaft unless you had two driveshafts ¿o_O?.. ever thought about that? lol... win for me... o rigght
     
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    They exist bud. Non toyota application. Ive seen one on a VW vanagon syncro.

    Its basically a lsd coupler on the driveshaft, so front and rear drivelines dont bind up. I think subies had em too, but not positive...



    http://www.gowesty.com/library_article.php?id=627&print_version=1

    They bash yota trucks on here so read it!

    And Im ending up going on the G code. It has girth axles. I like :love:
     
  9. 22R_All_Motor!

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    YEEAA, im smart.. lol
     
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    Subaru basically has an lsd in the trasmission/tranfercase not a specific shaft.
     
  11. B.Y.E.

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    Raff~ Wise choice budz! I would argue that it ain't a shaft but, a coupler... I'll save that for pit talk for the next outting! :lol:

    Still :ROFL: @ 22R! It's all good dude, just couldn't help myself on that one....
     
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    wtvr... mistake of vocabulary... you know you probably would of made similar mistake, not on the same subject though.. :p
     

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