All EFI trucks have a high pressure vacume switch mounted on the p/s pump to prevent the engine from stalling out and sending a shot of raw fuel to the catalytic converter when the wheels are pegged. This could damage the emission system. Other than that minor change, all other parts will work.
Pump, brackets, crank pulley, hoses, cooler, and resevoir will all work. A box mounting kit will be required to use the IFS box.
Yes Toyoballs, high steer will be required if the IFS box is used.
1980 Toyota - 1997 3RZ-FE 2.7l Engine, Turbo R151F 4.31:1, Triple Turbo Marlin Crawler Billet (2.28x4.70x4.70) = 1,148:1 Crawl Ratio, Marlin Crawler Twin Stick and Short Throw Shift Kits, 30mm H/D Output Shaft, High Angle Drive Lines, 5.29:1, ARBs, High Pinion Front, 25mm HD Billet High Steer Kit, 6 Pin Locking Hub Bodies, 86+ Wide Rear End, V6 3rd member, Chromolly Axles all around, 37" IROKs with Beadlocks, York onboard air - Rollbar air tank, Premier Power Welder, Marlin Crawler 4" USA-made Leaf Springs, Bilstein Shocks, et cetera....