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The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« on: May 07, 2005, 10:52:43 AM »
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This is a place to put all common specifications/capacities/sizes/widths/lengths/etc for our beloved Toyota Trucks!!


I'll start it off:

Toyota Front Axle Widths:
55.3" wide, '60-83 FJ40
55.5" wide, 29" spring perch centers, '79-85 Toyota trucks and 4runners
58.5" wide, '81-87 FJ60
58.5" wide, '86-95 IFS front end
63.5" wide, '91-92 FJ80
63.5" wide, '93-97 FZJ80
65" wide, '93-98 T100 IFS front end

Toyota Rear Axle Widths:
55" wide, '79-85 trucks/4runners
55.1" wide, '60-83 FJ40
57.9" wide, '81-87 FJ60
58.5" wide, '86-95 trucks/4runners
60" wide, '95.5-up Tacomas/4runners
62.2" wide, '91-92 FJ80
63" wide, '93-97 FZJ80
66.75" wide, '93-98 T100 trucks


Some Capacities:
##R Engine Oil: 5 Quarts
#VZ Engine Oil: 5.5-5.75 Quarts
3RZ Engine Oil: 5.5 Quarts
4.0 Toy V6: 6.4 Quarts
4.7 Toy V8: 6.0 Quarts
W56: ~3.0 Quarts
Gear Drive T/Case: 1.5 - 1.7 Quarts
Crawl Box: ~0.8 Quarts
Crawl Box + Gear T/Case: 2.3-2.5 Quarts
Toy Hilux Differential Gear Oil: 2.3 Quarts

Drivetrain Lengths:

Marlin Crawler Transmission Dimension Chart
       by Marlin Czajkowski


Transmission
Length of
Bellhousing
 
Distance to
Shift Handle
 
Distance to
T-Case Handle
 

Total Distance
L45/L50/L52-19-1/16"20-3/4"
G52/G54 (84-87 22R Carb)6 3/8”19”23 ”25 ”
W56 A, B (85-89 22R EFI)6 3/8”21 ”--25 ”
W56 C, D, E (89-95 22R EFI)6 3/8”19 1/8”24 ”25 ”
R150 (88-95 3.0 V6)6 ”21 7/8”--24 7/8”
R151 (86-87 22R Turbo)6 3/8”19”23 ”25 5/8”
W59 (96-04 22R, 3RZ Tacoma) 6 7/8”22 ”--25 ”
R150 (96-04 3.4 V6)7 3/8”23”--26 1/8”

Marlin's personal opinion on Transmission Strength Comparison:
G52 is 0% stronger than a L52.
G54 is 20% stronger than a G52.
W56 is 40% stronger than a G54.
R15# is 100% stronger than a W56.

Transfer Case Lengths:
Gear Drive T/case from front face to rear flange face: 14" (apprx)
Gear Drive T/case from front face to front flange face: 1.75" (apprx)
Marlin Crawler Dual Case Unit: 6.5"
Chain Drive T/case from front face to rear flange face: 12.5"
Chain Drive T/case from front face to front flange face: 3.25"


Engine Data:
Engine....Valves..Displacement..Horsepower....Torque........Bore......Stroke....Compression
18R-GE21968cc135@5800127@440088.5mm808.3:1
20R2218990@4800122@24003.48"3.58.4:1
22R2236696@4800129@28003.62"3.59.0:1
22R-E22366112@4600142@340092899.0:1
22R-TE22366135@4800173@28003.62"3.5"7.5:1 - Boost: 6 psi

2RZ-FE42.4l142@5000160@40009.5:1
3RZ-FE42693150@4800177@400095959.5:1
2TR-FE42693165@4800183@400095959.5:1 with VVTi (2005+)

3VZ-E32958150@4800180@340087.5829:1
5VZ-FE43378190@4800220@360093.5829.6:1

5M-GE22759161@5600169@440083859.2:1
7M-GE42954199@6000188@360083919.2:1
7M-GTE42954232@5600254@320083918.4:1 - Boost: 5 psi

F23878135@3800217@2000891027.5:1
2F24230140@3600218@1800941027.8:1

1GR-FE43956236@5200266@380010.0:1
2UZ-FE44664245@5400315@34009.6:1 2000-2004
2UZ-FE44664271@5400313@34009.6:1 2005+
3UR-FE45663381@5600401@36009410210.2:1

Added 12/31/2012:
Toyota Standard Bolt Torque Specifications as taken from a 1985 FSM
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2005, 08:21:53 PM »
Wheelbases:

1960-83 Landcruiser FJ40: 90"
1963-67 FJ45 Shortbed Pickup: 95.7"
1963-67 FJ45 Longbed Pickup: 104.3"
1968-79 FJ55: 106.3"
1981-87 FJ60: 107.5"
1988-90 FJ62: 107.5"
1991-92 FJ80: 112.2"
1993-97 FZJ80: 112.2"

1979-83 Shortbed: 103"
1979-83 Longbed: 109"

1984-88 4Runner (-1989) & Shortbed Trucks: 103"
1984-88 Xtracab & Longbed Trucks: 112"

1989-95 Shortbed & 4Runners: 103"
1989-95 Xtracab & Longbeds: 122"

2004 Tundra Double Cab: 140.5"

2005 Tacoma Regular Cab: 109.4"
2005 Tacoma Access Cab: 127.2"
2005 Tacoma Double Cab - Short: 127.2"
2005 Tacoma Double Cab - Long: 140.9"


VIN Chassis Identifiers: (added 8/7/2006)
ModelStyleYearCodeEngine
Hilux 4WDStd/Long Bed1980 - 1980RN37/4720R
Hilux 4WDStd Bed1981 - 1983RN3822R
Hilux 4WDLong Bed1981 - 1983RN4822R
Hilux 4WDDiesel1984 - 1984LN652L
Hilux 4WDTurbo Diesel1985 - 1987LN65/662LT
Hilux 4WDCarb1984 - 1988RN60-6622R
Hilux 4WDEFI Reg & XCab1985 - 1988RN60-6622R-EC
Hilux 4WDTrboReg & XCab1986 - 1987RN61/6622R-TEC
Hilux 4WDV61988 - 1988VZN61/63VZ-E
Hilux 4WDI4 RegCab1989 - 1995RN101/622R-E
Hilux 4WDI4 X-Cab1989 - 1995RN11022R-E
Hilux 4WDV6 RegCab1989 - 1995VN100/53VZ-E
Hilux 4WDV6 X-Cab1989 - 1995VZN1103VZ-E

4Runner 4WDI4 Carb1984 - 1984RN6022R
4Runner 4WDI4 Turbo1986 - 1987RN6122RT-EC
4Runner 4WDI4 EFI1985 - 1989RN60/6122R-EC
4Runner 4WDI4 SR51990 - 1995RN130/122R-E
4Runner 4WDI41996 - 2000RZN1853RZ-FE
4Runner 4WDV6 SR51988 - 1989VZN613VZ-E
4Runner 4WDV6 SR51990 - 1995VZN13#3VZ-E
4Runner 4WDV61996 - 2002VZN1855VZ-FE
4Runner 4WDV6 SR5/LTD2003 - 2007GRN2151GR-FE
4Runner 4WDV82003 - 2007UZN2152UZ-FE

Tacoma PrerunI4 XtraCab1998 - 2004RZN1963RZ-FE
Tacoma PrerunI4 4Dr2001 - 2004RZN1963RZ-FE
Tacoma PrerunI4 RCab2005 - 2007TRN2402TR-FE
Tacoma PrerunI4 XCab2005 - 2007TRN2452TR-FE
Tacoma PrerunV6 XtrCab1998 - 2004VZN1955VZ-FE
Tacoma PrerunV6 4 Dr2001 - 2004VZN1955VZ-FE
Tacoma PrerunV6 X-Cab2005 - 2007GRN2451GR-FE
Tacoma PrerunV6 4Dr Short2005 - 2007GRN2451GR-FE
Tacoma PrerunV6 4Dr Long2005 - 2007GRN2501GR-FE
Tacoma SrunnerV6 X-Cab2001 - 2004VZN1955VZ-FE
Tacoma XrunnerV6 X-Cab2005 - 2007GRN2251GR-FE
Tacoma 4WDI4 RegCab1995 - 2004RZN1613RZ-FE
Tacoma 4WDI4 XtrCab1995 - 2004RZN1713RZ-FE
Tacoma 4WDI4 RegCab2005 - 2007TRN2602TR-FE
Tacoma 4WDI4 X-Cab2005 - 2007TRN2652TR-FE
Tacoma 4WDV6 RegCab1995 - 1997VZN1605VZ-FE
Tacoma 4WDV6 XtrCab1995 - 2004VZN1705VZ-FE
Tacoma 4WDV6 4 Dr2001 - 2004VZN1705VZ-FE
Tacoma 4WDV6 X-Cab2005 - 2007GRN2651GR-FE

T100 4WDV6 RegCab 1/2T1993 - 1994VCK203VZ-E
T100 4WDV6 RegCab/XCab1995 - 1998VCK215VZ-FE
Tundra 4WDV6 RegCab1999 - 2004VCK405VZ-FE
Tundra 4WDV6 4 Dr1999 - 2004VCK405VZ-FE
Tundra 4WDV8 RegCab1999 - 2006UCK402UZ-FE
Tundra 4WDV8 4 Dr1999 - 2006UCK402UZ-FE
Tundra 4WDV8 4 Dr2004 - 2006UCK412UZ-FE
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #2 on: May 08, 2005, 08:26:21 PM »
What about dual transfer cases?  whats the oil specs on those?

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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #3 on: May 08, 2005, 08:33:35 PM »
Tcase: 1.5 - 1.7 Quarts

Some transmissions have a larger cavity in their tailhousings, so as the transfercase is bolted up behind the trans, a bit more oil is needed to fill the larger cavity.... I believe it's the W's
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #4 on: May 08, 2005, 09:01:29 PM »
How much more oil is in the back part of the t-case then in the front?  Like in the 4wd section rather then the front box part?  Or does anyone know?

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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #5 on: May 08, 2005, 09:04:36 PM »
Oh whoops, I think it's 0.8 quarts for a Crawl Box. So about 2.5 for a complete Dual Case.
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #6 on: May 09, 2005, 05:35:11 PM »
Cool, thanx.  You should make this a sticky!

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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #7 on: May 09, 2005, 05:55:19 PM »
Wheelbases:
1984-88 4Runner (-1989) & Shortbed Trucks: 102.95"
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #8 on: May 09, 2005, 06:09:22 PM »
I think he was just rounding up.  Cuzz 22r's take 4.9 quarts of oil, not 5, but i guess it doesn't hurt it.

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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #9 on: May 09, 2005, 06:31:57 PM »
1985 Truck(LWB/SWB)/4Runner Chassis Dimensions

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« Reply #10 on: May 09, 2005, 09:31:09 PM »
Great Excellent Pic :bowdown:
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #11 on: May 10, 2005, 01:52:03 PM »
#VZ Engine Oil: 5 Quarts ?

I find it takes 5.5-5.75 quarts to fill my 3vze.
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #12 on: May 10, 2005, 08:18:31 PM »
I find it takes 5.5-5.75 quarts to fill my 3vze.

Thanks for the correction. I had a question mark on that one, it was a complete guess. Im sure there is other data that is wrong to, so if you see something else, let me know-
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #13 on: May 11, 2005, 12:31:48 AM »
I am not sure if it is all 3.0's take more.  I know mine has always taken more than the book calls for to register on the dip stick on my '90, as well as on my sisters '95.  I am curious if others find it takes more oil as well.
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #14 on: May 11, 2005, 12:43:54 AM »
That may be becasue the oil filter absorbs about a pint, maybe a tad more. 
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« Reply #15 on: May 11, 2005, 07:00:46 PM »
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #16 on: May 11, 2005, 08:22:13 PM »
somebody has a frame machine or has had to do some "adjusting" on one :yesnod:
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #17 on: May 11, 2005, 09:36:45 PM »
That may be becasue the oil filter absorbs about a pint, maybe a tad more.

HOLY FRIGGIN' OIL FILTER. That's huge!!! That's like just under the size of filter we use on our huge CAT engines in our transport trucks!!! Or like the high capacity filter that my friend uses for his chev 350. GOSH!
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #18 on: May 11, 2005, 11:26:58 PM »
Really? I thought a pint wasnt all that much. 1 pint=  16oz about 1/2 a quart.   Hell my filter (amsoil sdf-15) soaks up a quart=2 pints.
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #19 on: May 17, 2005, 03:30:32 PM »
Weight of Round Steel Tubing

Outside Dia. Wall Thickness Weight per Foot
1.25              .049          0.629 
1.25              .095          1.172 
1.25              .120          1.448 
1.5                .049          0.759 
1.5                .065          0.996 
1.5                .083          1.256 
1.5                .095          1.426 
1.5                .120          1.769 
1.75               .049         0.890 
1.75              .065          1.170 
1.75              .083          1.478 
1.75              .095          1.679 
1.75              .120          2.089 
2.0                .049         1.021 
2.0                .065         1.343 
2.0                .083         1.699 
2.0                .095         1.933 
2.0                .120         2.409 



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« Reply #20 on: May 17, 2005, 03:31:26 PM »
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #21 on: May 18, 2005, 11:18:00 PM »
I think he was just rounding up. Cuzz 22r's take 4.9 quarts of oil, not 5, but i guess it doesn't hurt it.



If you use the ford 1515 filter it will hold about an even 5 quarts and has more paper for filtration..
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #22 on: Jun 01, 2005, 06:17:14 AM »
DAMN! 16"X16"   9/16"   Tubing weighs 127 LBS a foot! :yikes:
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #23 on: Jun 01, 2005, 06:47:43 AM »
DAMN! 16"X16" 9/16" Tubing weighs 127 LBS a foot! :yikes:
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #24 on: Jun 01, 2005, 02:15:54 PM »
any specs on spring lengths?

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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #25 on: Jun 01, 2005, 03:39:55 PM »
BigMike,

Are you sure on your V8 engine specs?

I have a 2004 Tundra V8 and it is rated at 245 hp and 315 lb-ft (rpm?) and the new 2005 v-tech trucks are something like 282 hp and 325 lb-ft per the dealer spec.
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #26 on: Jun 02, 2005, 07:44:57 AM »
:dunno: I got those #s from motortrend I believe.. I'll add the previous year
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #27 on: Jun 02, 2005, 12:16:21 PM »
From Toyota.com

4.0 V6 (2005)
224 HP @ 5200 rpm
282 LB-FT @ 3800 rpm

4.7 V8 (2005)
282 HP @ 5400 rpm
325 LB-FT @ 3400 rpm

And I nearly positive that my 2004 V8 is
240 HP @ 5400 rpm
315 LB-FT @ 3400 rpm
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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #28 on: Jun 29, 2005, 09:55:13 AM »
wow i just found this thread and its totally helpful.  keep the stats coming

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Re: The Capacity/Size/Weight/Length Thread
« Reply #29 on: Jul 08, 2005, 09:55:40 AM »
Toyota Leaf Springs         
       
                                           Flat length  Front Half   Rear Half   Width   SOA / SUA
80-85 Toyota front                      45"          22.5"        22.5"       2.36"        SOA
80-85 Rancho 3" Toyota front     45.12"       22.56"      22.56"      2.36"        SOA
SkyJacker 5" Toyota front            46"            23"           23"        2.36"       SOA
80-88 Toy rear                           48"           20.5"        27.5"      2.36"        SOA
80-88 4" SkyJacker Rear              49"            21"           28"        2.36"       SOA
80-88 5" SkyJacker Rear              49.5"       21.25"      28.25"      2.36"        SOA
89-95 Toy Rear                          51"          21.5"        29.5"       2.36"        SOA

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