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rear steer setup . info
« on: Mar 10, 2018, 10:50:27 PM »
hey everyone . i'm looking on how to build a rear steer setup for a Toyota axle . I knew some say use a front . but I knew the center is not right . ? is axle shaft , hub setup or nothing for the rear shafts . an how u setup the steering if u going to have power assist for the front then full in the rear ? it's all things I thought I throw out there an see what I can find out. help me found oout some more .
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Re: rear steer setup . info
« Reply #1 on: Mar 15, 2018, 07:18:31 PM »
Having the diff offset by placing a front in the rear will not hurt anything as long as your drive shaft is balanced properly.

Anything can be done. Take a rear housing, cut it up weld knuckle balls and assemble with custom shafts.

My question. If your getting to the point where you want to run rear steer why are you still running Toyota axles?
80 short bed, longs, hi steer, 4.7 case twin stick, 4.11, 38 tsl, mild built 22r
83 long bed, sas, hi steer, 3rz, w56, 4.56 33s
95 4runner project
06 4 door tacoma street truck

 
 
 
 
 

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