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Old 12-22-2005, 12:34 AM   #1
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Toyota tcase and 63" Chevy springs

I am looking for a tcase from a 85-95 Toyota that is top shift and must be from an EFI 22R.

Also need some 3 leaf 63" Chevy rears, I got a nice set of 52's or 56's for trade. The 52's have AAL's in them.
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Old 12-22-2005, 11:40 AM   #2
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Would also look at a complete 5 speed and tcase combo.

Oh yeah, I need an IFS steering box too.
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I've got trans,transfercase out of a 86 but not efi if this wil work
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Old 12-23-2005, 10:23 PM   #4
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How much? Make me a heck of a cash deal and I can probably make it happen! Do you know if it is a G52 or G54 tranny? The only way to tell is to pull the nosecone.

Any history on the tranny/tcase? Miles, leaks, noises, etc?

Here is how to tell the difference.
From the outside the G52 and G54 look identical. Inside there are some major differences. The G52 uses the same bearings as the L52. The G54 uses larger more reliable shaft bearings and stronger redesigned gears. These combine to make the G54 stronger and longer living then it's little brother the G52. To tell the difference between them you need to remove the front nose cone (8 bolts) and look at the input shaft bearing. This bearing will have a number on it that will tell you what gear set is in your G series transmission.

G52
B32-14UR, 32BC08S1N

G54, G58
32TM03NX, 32BCS4-2NSLN, 32BCS8-2MT2N
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Old 12-26-2005, 07:31 AM   #5
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i'll take 150 for it not sure which one it is,It's still in the truck i'm parting it out to rebuild it.I't was my everyday truck it's see the mud twice since i've had it.And both time i changed the oil in both.I't has 180000+ on it and makes no noise.never had a problem with it.I will be pulling it out after new years if you want to wait thanks jimmy
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Old 12-26-2005, 01:07 PM   #6
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