WTB: MS123 Toyota Crown Rear hubs, MA61 Front Crossmember, F Series IRS 3.9 diff

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    CelicaSupra.com Member discoelk's Avatar
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    WTB: MS123 Toyota Crown Rear hubs, MA61 Front Crossmember, F Series IRS 3.9 diff

    Please PM me if you have any of these items or email for faster response david.horne88(at)gmail.com.

    Price shipped to 30809.

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    David
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    85 P, LS6/R154/3.58/TrueTrac etc

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    CelicaSupra.com Member discoelk's Avatar
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    Bump. Found the hubs quickly to my surprise. Crossmember is what I'm most after now.
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    I've got 3.73's if you're interested in those.

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    CelicaSupra.com Member discoelk's Avatar
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    Looking for the whole diff, not just the gears. Would also take a 3.42 open from a mk3 Celica. The idea is to be able to verify the current gears/housing have no issues(whine, clunk, etc) and set them up with the same pattern and backlash. A lower powered car\ or something behind an automatic is less likely to be abused thus the 2 applications above.

    My current 3.58s are fine but noisy at speed despite 3 set up attempts(2 done by a well know toyota gear installer) and exhibit symptoms of a bad pinion bearing.
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    The 3.42 Celica gears were all 6.7". There is such thing as a 3.42 F series 7.5, but I don't believe they came in Celicas. Truck application would be my guess.
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    CelicaSupra.com Member discoelk's Avatar
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    Hmm. That's unfortunate. I really thought the 85 GT-S had a 3.42.

    I've seen a few 3.42s in trucks but mostly they have 3.73s and 3.58s.
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    I do have a good set of 3.58's in a truck diff that I'll be taking apart to put 4.3 or 4.56's in. If you end up wanting just a set of gears I can clean them up and take the backlash readings and maybe some pattern check photos before disassembly.

    If they don't get traded for what I need.

    Andrew

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    85 GTS is the unicorn year and model that came with the 3.9. Its one of the very few ways you can get an F 3.9 diff with an LSD. Though, the LSD was optional even on the GTS. The 85 GT was a solid rear axle, all of which were 6.7s.
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