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1995 Toyota t100 DX 4x4, it has the 3.4l v6, r150f five speed trans, it has a lock right in the rear axle, 4.5 inch suspension lift 35x12.50r17s. I bought the truck with a broken rear, bought a parts truck and pieced it back together. It's been a great rig so far, it just works, I have sourced a 10 bolt gm front axle for my future sas. 

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1995 Toyota t100 DX 4x4, it has the 3.4l v6, r150f five speed trans, it has a lock right in the rear axle, 4.5 inch suspension lift 35x12.50r17s. I bought the truck with a broken rear, bought a parts truck and pieced it back together. It's been a great rig so far, it just works, I have sourced a 10 bolt gm front axle for my future sas. 
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Any reason for going with a 10b for the sas? D44 has heavier aftermarket support. How are you planning to handle the width differences?

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thundarr hasnt changed much, took the lockrite out. it exploded on my first  wheeling trip with it. back to open diffs for now

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Kind of curious how you broke a lockright?? I spun a new axle bearing in my CJ trying to do a burnout, but the lockright survived 100% unscathed!


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