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The 1 1/8" steel spacers are required if you are using a 2wd Supra turbo R154 or a 3.4 V6 2wd R150, or 4wd R150F. It is unfortunate that Toyota still uses the same R150 designation on the newer redesigned 3.4 trans that has an 1 1/8" longer input and matching longer release bearing.This longer input gives more air space in the bellhousing resulting in greater cooling.The 1 1/8" steel spacers are required if you plan on using the longer input transmission. The matching clutch release bearing must also be used.
Are the spacers in my kit? They did not ask me my year for my R150 as I dont even know yet
whats the price on one of these bad boys?
. Now I am wondering how my W56 is holding up, and if I could be running better with the R. If I swap over, it won't happen until fall-
I take it all I have to do is knock the spacer off the adapter?
Do I need the dowels when I use just the bellhousing and not the spacer?
Finally, the bag of bolts in the kit....are they there becaouse of the spacer?
Here are my questions...1) I measured the bellhousing I took off the tranny I have and it was only 6 1/4" long.2) Also, the input on this transmission is the same exact length as the input shaft on my W56 that I was running before (and that I have in my shop)
Check out these pictures I snapped the other day
But you gotta get them started early! My son is completely ape over anything off-road related.
isnīt that transm with a short shifter spacer (base) ? ? ? ? ? ?
It is the length of the input shaft, not the length of the housings. A 1996+ R150F has a longer bellhousing than a 1988-95 R150F.Check out these pictures I snapped the other day
In pics #2 and #3, what slave cylinder and throw out (clutch release) bearing are being used? R151F?
In pic #3 is that the '96-'04 Tacoma lower dust shields and (4) bolts with 10x1.25mm?
The dust shield is a custom part that is made for the bellhousing, and is only available through Marlin Crawler Inc.BigMike
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