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Old 12-15-2011, 09:56 PM   #1
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Arrow Toyota Rear Full Floating Axle Flanges!

I held off making these items for a year because another vender made them and promised me a fair price when I needed them.

When I needed them his fair price turned out to be about 6 times what they cost to make. It seems he just wanted me out of the market for a year. Well, I guess he got what he wanted but I don't believe in false promises.

So here are the flanges that can turn your rear axle into a Full Floater and they are from Ruffstuff!

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This is a weld on Axle Flange to mount Front Toyota Mini, Fj40, or FJ60 spindles to the rear axle. The caliper bosses are made to use the IFS Truck ('86-'95) calipers and FJ40 or FJ60 rotors.

These are 1" thick and made from 44W Plate & cutout for the 3.5" axle tube used in our Axle Housings. We will release a 3.25" & 3" version in a couple of weeks. These are $195 a pair, not the $300 price I was quoted from the other vender originally...
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added this to my wish list
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Old 12-18-2011, 03:52 PM   #3
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added this to my wish list
We made 40 pair in this first batch so we'll have them when you need them!
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Old 12-18-2011, 05:32 PM   #4
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Any chance of seeing this assembled?
Curious about track width increase?
Any plans to make this kit for the T100 axle?
Does it just use the stock axles?
Just interested in seeing the assembly process.
Looks to be exactly what Toyota's need, nice work!
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Old 12-19-2011, 06:27 AM   #6
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Which axle shafts will work with these?
I'm figuring the stock front long side axle shafts or custom lengths?

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I will take some pics of one together tommorrow.

You decide the width, just cut off more or less. It uses less than stock.

Most people would use custom axles but I am thinking I might be happy with 2 stock FJ60 long side inners. Maybe 2 FJ40 long side, need to do the math...
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Sorry I have not had the time to do this yet, too much to do while the holidays are going on...
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Of course I get chevy axles to swap under my pickup and you come out with this. Lol I'll build a toyota that is all toyota someday...
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Looking forward to the pics after Christmas.
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I just saw these on your site, and am glad someone realized the market for just the flange so you can brew your own, or since a yota full-float rear can cost some scratch it's nice to be able to acquire parts as funds are available.

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Bump for a great product.
Question:
Will the addition of this, and the other pieces to convert to a full float rear change the track width of the rear axle? and if so how much? Would it be wise to get a pre-IFS rear to do this conversion to?

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You set the width, these are weld on. You remove the factory flanges and use these...
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curious if you found out which long side axle would work the best...
might have to hit my cruiser buddy up for 60 axles before he moves
want to keep it as close to stock IFS rear width as possible...

time to start the annual begging for a certain percentage of the tax refund with the missus
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Dan, could you get us some assembly pics? I've seen the bolt on flanges but never a weld on.
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I think custom is the way to go...
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found this over at ttora
http://www.ttora.com/forum/showthread.php?p=2243202
"good work Dan. The housing i got a few weeks ago was BEAutiful!!!!

JT's sells the new Nitro Gear and Axle full float 30 spline shafts that are cut to fit guys "

interested in these myself!! just need to find out about all the other details that go along with using these ..
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Give me a few days, I am building a new rear axle for my FJ45 and it is going to use these...
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Looks like Friday we will build a couple of axles for me! Toy 8" front with Hellfire Fabs FJ80 knuckles and a Ford 9" rear with 31 to 30 spline shafts using these and Aisian lockouts. Of course they will be using our Axle Housings...
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