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Old 10-09-2016, 10:08 AM
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Some action with the new front axle installed!
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And here are some photos of a clean take off bed i bought!
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Old 10-09-2016, 11:19 AM
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And here are some photos of the 2jz 😈😈😈
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So i got working on the fuel pump today

machined out a collar at work to hold the walbro 450 in place on the factory fuel pump bracket
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Old 11-10-2016, 11:36 AM
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The front axle🙌🏻
can i ask how wide you went on the front axle? I am trying to build a poor mans version of that axle by widening a FJ60 front axle i have. wont be fj80 outers but i have longfields for the fj60/minitruck birfs.

mine will be going under a 96 ex cab t100 someday.
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Old 11-10-2016, 04:36 PM
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can i ask how wide you went on the front axle? I am trying to build a poor mans version of that axle by widening a FJ60 front axle i have. wont be fj80 outers but i have longfields for the fj60/minitruck birfs. mine will be going under a 96 ex cab t100 someday.
WMS to WMS i went with 67". I believe stock is 65" in the front and 66.75" in the back according to erik's info on 4X4wire. Fj60 front axle still better than a gm dana44 in my opinion!! Good luck with the build buddy.
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Old 11-11-2016, 08:12 AM
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WMS to WMS i went with 67". I believe stock is 65" in the front and 66.75" in the back according to erik's info on 4X4wire. Fj60 front axle still better than a gm dana44 in my opinion!! Good luck with the build buddy.
that is encouraging. I think the shafts i have will put me right there also with IFS hubs. I plan on using the FF FJ80 rear as you did, just instead of wheel spacers i bought a custom short side axle shaft to widen the axle to 67" and re center the rear diff some.

Have you got the 2JZ running yet? i watched some of your videos on youtube, that thing really screamed with the supercharger, it will be interesting to see how the 2JZ rips!

just for reference here is the only thread i started for my truck build:
https://www.yotatech.com/forums/f132.../#post52341303
not much yet but incase you were curious.
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that is encouraging. I think the shafts i have will put me right there also with IFS hubs. I plan on using the FF FJ80 rear as you did, just instead of wheel spacers i bought a custom short side axle shaft to widen the axle to 67" and re center the rear diff some. Have you got the 2JZ running yet? i watched some of your videos on youtube, that thing really screamed with the supercharger, it will be interesting to see how the 2JZ rips! just for reference here is the only thread i started for my truck build: https://www.yotatech.com/forums/f132.../#post52341303 not much yet but incase you were curious.
Yeah thats awesome man! Im really just thinking about getting a $900 bare diamond housing plus the custom length shafts ($350) for the rear so i can ditch the wheel spacers. But for now the wheel spacers will do lol

I wish the 2jz swap was done ha! Im starting to realize how expensive it is to build a race truck. Im hoping this spring it will be finished!

Just looked at your build for the t100. That thing is gonna be sweet when its done. Definitely gonna follow your build!
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Bellhousing

Before i even started this 2jz swap, i have done a lot of research on 2jz's in general and what i need to do for my best interest. The problem i kept running into is how would i mate a r150f tranny to the 2jz engine. There was a lot of debate on this topic in different forums saying you need to cut and splice 2 bellhousings together or others saying even with the 5vz r150f, the input shaft is still short for the 1jz r154 bellhousing but no one had any real hard evidents that it wouldnt work.

I already knew that the 3vz r150f input shaft is short and you need to cut and splice 2 bellhousings together to make that tranny work but i wanted to avoid doing that at all cost if i could help it. Knowing the 5vz r150f input shaft is longer it was time to do research!

After a solid week of searching the forums and not coming up with an answer i was looking for i decided to call around for some info. I called marlincrawler and told one of the guys what i was doing and he honestly didnt have an answer for wether if there was a way to pair the r150f to the 2jz. It was the same story with a couple of other places i called too. I then took a different approach and called around for some input shaft measurements on a r154 just to see if it was at all the same length as my 5vz r150f. Sure enough i called driftmotion and spoke with a fella named aaron and he gave me some measurements of an input shaft from a r154 he had sitting on his bench. Turns out the r154 and 5vz r150f have the same input shaft lengths!!! So yes, a 1jz r154 bellhousing paired with a 5vz r150f tranny will work with no worries of having a short input shaft with bolting to the 2jz. That means no cutting and splicing bellhousing together just to run a r150f yayyyyyyyy!!!

ordered me up a bellhousing from driftmotion and here are some pictures of it installed on the 5vz r150f
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Steering

The only thing I wonder about is how you get the steering worked out on the Dana 44. I have a stock t100 and I have a Dana 44 just don't know about steering? Any thoughts?
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