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  1. T-Case, Driveshaft, Diff, Axle, Hub
    Are 05-06 rear axles interchangeable with 00-04 Hey guys, I have researched this all day across the vast resources of the internet and can't seem to find a solid answer. I'm actually a failure analyst for a helicopter company and am lucky enough to get to review gears, bearings, and seals...
  2. General Classifieds and Miscellaneous Items
    WTB: Rear axle assembly for 2000 Tundra - 4.30 gear ratio Looking for a 4.30 gear ratio, rear axle assembly for my 2000 SR5 access cab, 4WD/V6, w/o ABS, auto trans. A 4.30 from model years 2000- 2003 will work. Must be in good working order and condition, from non rust belt.
  3. 1Gen-Tundra
    I have read hundreds of post out there pertaining to this issue, and have had to experience it first hand. I have even read where folks have had to replace their seal/bearing several times. Toyota issued a re-designed oil seal, but the seal is only the after fact. Yes the seal is leaking, but...
  4. 1Gen-Tundra
    I have a 2000 Tundra V8 2wd that has a fractured rear diff cover that leaks oil while driving. It was caused by the diff breather on top of the axle housing rusting shut and allowing the rear end to pressurize. I brought it up to a Toyota service rep in Nj, who incinuated I done backed it into a...
  5. 1Gen-Tundra
    I would like to confirm if the height sensing proportioning valve does not reduce the brake pressure on the rear axle when loaded to the vehicle's Gross Vehicle Weight Rating. If this is the case, at GVWR, front and rear pressures would be the same with no proportioning on the rears.
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