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    Junkyard pass/center IFS

    Just trying to find more options that I'm overlooking.

    Passenger:
    Toyota <1994

    Center:
    Various d44 applications
    Ford 8.8

    Everything else seems to be driver drop.

    #2
    Toyota Land Cruisers were passenger drop IFS 1998-2007.

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      #3
      Supra has an 8" center IRS diff

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        #4
        Originally posted by I Lean View Post
        Toyota Land Cruisers were passenger drop IFS 1998-2007.
        Good call

        Originally posted by Squamch View Post
        Supra has an 8" center IRS diff
        Looked into that. Because supra, folks think its gold.

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          #5
          Expidition 9.75 IRS

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            #6
            c3 corvette D44

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              #7
              All 4wd japanese suv
              Newer jeep cherokees
              Lots of cars like the charger
              Corvettes going back to 63
              Ford exploers and expiditions starting around 2000
              Nissan/datsun 240-300
              Will all have contained center diffs

              H3/colorado
              Ifs toyota from 86-tacoma
              For long tube pside ifs housings.
              :ogre:

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                #8
                There are pros and cons to different diffs.

                What are you trying to use it for?

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Tech Tim View Post
                  There are pros and cons to different diffs.

                  What are you trying to use it for?
                  Brainstorming for a 86-94 toyota.

                  Looking to increase track width to 61-63 so any and all custom arms, CVs, and knuckles will be considered.

                  Just eyeball, but with a engine lift and dry sump, I should be able to center the diff without being lower than stock

                  22re power on 35s
                  Last edited by TRINDU; 06-25-2020, 10:54 AM.

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                    #10
                    Contact Nate at Blazeland (https://blazeland.us), he did a centered diff with the Supra diff a bunch of years ago. I don't know if he still makes that kit.

                    The easiest would be to use the Chevy IFS stuff. The 3500 1 ton stuff would be overkill for 35s, but they are pretty sweet and easy to narrow.

                    The chevy 1500 stuff would keep you six lug and decent sized brakes, but the differentials suck. Might be easiest to do a combination. Use the Chevy 1500 spindle uprights, unit bearings and brakes with the Supra diff.

                    The Supra diffs are out there if you look around. Picked one up a while back for $40.00 off Craigslist. The LSD diffs are highly sought after, the open diffs are cheaper.

                    8.8 out of a Ford IRS would be a decent choice too.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Tech Tim View Post
                      Contact Nate at Blazeland (https://blazeland.us), he did a centered diff with the Supra diff a bunch of years ago. I don't know if he still makes that kit.

                      The easiest would be to use the Chevy IFS stuff. The 3500 1 ton stuff would be overkill for 35s, but they are pretty sweet and easy to narrow.

                      The chevy 1500 stuff would keep you six lug and decent sized brakes, but the differentials suck. Might be easiest to do a combination. Use the Chevy 1500 spindle uprights, unit bearings and brakes with the Supra diff.

                      The Supra diffs are out there if you look around. Picked one up a while back for $40.00 off Craigslist. The LSD diffs are highly sought after, the open diffs are cheaper.

                      8.8 out of a Ford IRS would be a decent choice too.
                      what R&P is in the sequoia IRS?

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Tech Tim View Post
                        Contact Nate at Blazeland (https://blazeland.us), he did a centered diff with the Supra diff a bunch of years ago. I don't know if he still makes that kit.

                        The easiest would be to use the Chevy IFS stuff. The 3500 1 ton stuff would be overkill for 35s, but they are pretty sweet and easy to narrow.

                        The chevy 1500 stuff would keep you six lug and decent sized brakes, but the differentials suck. Might be easiest to do a combination. Use the Chevy 1500 spindle uprights, unit bearings and brakes with the Supra diff.

                        The Supra diffs are out there if you look around. Picked one up a while back for $40.00 off Craigslist. The LSD diffs are highly sought after, the open diffs are cheaper.

                        8.8 out of a Ford IRS would be a decent choice too.
                        I dont believe theres any way to fit the AAM 9.25 without a drop/cradle defeating the purpose.

                        I'll have to look harder then for a supra. I'll regear/lock anyways so the lsd means nothing. Or sort out an 8.8

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by TRINDU View Post

                          I dont believe theres any way to fit the AAM 9.25 without a drop/cradle defeating the purpose.

                          I'll have to look harder then for a supra. I'll regear/lock anyways so the lsd means nothing. Or sort out an 8.8

                          Another option would be to just cut down a rear 8" Toyota.

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                            #14
                            You guys should look into the Mitsubishi Montero rear diffs. Used frequently overseas in offroad race rigs and came factory with a locker.

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                              #15
                              8.8 IFS is high pinion, lots more pacaking difficulty's if you are trying to stuff it under the motor. They are pretty easy to narrow though.

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