Author Topic: 1995.5 tacoma replace tranfer case with 2nd or 3rd generation transfer case????  (Read 2210 times)

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Jason

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I want to put a transfer case out of a 85-95 toyota pickup and i was wondering if a tranfer case out of one of those pickups would bold up to my stock transmission. I have the 2.7lt. with a 5 speed transmission. And i need the passenger side drive line instead of my driver side for my soon to come SAS.....any help would be greatly appriciated.
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95.5 toyota tacoma preparing for a SAS with passenger side driveline/transfercase $ toyota running gear

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Jason right now you have to swap to a W56 tranny and then you can have the 4cly t case
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Or use my W59 to the gear driven adapter place and reuse your old trans.

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