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TWOZEROFOUR
09-28-2013, 01:13 AM
So after busting 3 sets of stock ones, 5 fans and 1 rad I got a set of TG ones. Put em in last week and ran the whip saw. Wheeled at home a bunch too



HOLY FUCK

Fucker vibrates so bad my vision is 14beers deep when I'm on beer one, I'm Scared every part is about to rattle off my truck ( more so than usual for a Toyota) Wifes seat is soaking wet????

up side truck feels solid As fuck.

any one else have similar results

81 with 5.29s and 4deez

atoyot
09-28-2013, 01:21 AM
yup went tg.....
after rippin n weldin etc myself.....
36s 4.7t-case stock diff gears.....20r[36]
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.the tg stayed in but started tearing at the frame....so lil more re-inforcement was needed....


i run a good stock.style on one side(pass side ) d side has torque under forward

p side in reverse...



made a huge difference in vibe...
still some but its tolerable now

... havin the forward torque side solid
and opp side urethane/rubber stock style.

.been workin great for a while now no failures....n i beat my junk...

TWOZEROFOUR
09-28-2013, 01:27 AM
nice, I will try that setup. Nothing worse that busting a ps mount and your motor dropping 5 inches and pinning your motor at 5000rpm

my 22r is surviving on hopes and dreams..

just trying to keep the dream alive[36]

youngun
09-28-2013, 09:58 AM
I have the tg motor mounts and a leaf spring bushing tcase mount.

Vibrations are getting better, thing the mounts are breaking in a bit.

Was really shaky when i first put them in

4skin
09-28-2013, 11:39 AM
You guys complaining about vibration ha try same set up with a 4 cyl diesel

Pegleg
09-28-2013, 05:46 PM
That was you we passed on the saw... I was in the red 85 runner

TWOZEROFOUR
09-28-2013, 09:03 PM
That was you we passed on the saw... I was in the red 85 runner

nice, extreme drunkin trailer wheeling at that point in time oh yeah

Animal
10-07-2013, 01:31 PM
Im running duals with 3rz taco engine and stock motor mounts. My trick is two tcase mounts pumped full of urethane.