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Old 04-20-2013, 01:57 PM
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33 Spline Front Axle Kit Question

So I came across a decent deal on a used TG 33 spline front axle kit.. Anyone use these? What would be the biggest tire size i could run with chromoly shafts and birfields? If I were to get front thirds from a tracker, would the axles work? Is it even worth it?
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Old 04-20-2013, 05:31 PM
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Are they for a toyota axle ? Never heard of 33 spline
Shure there not 30 spline and yes alloys and better birfs are worth it
But I have run 38.5 boggers on stock toy birfs with a locker
And didn't blow them up
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ya. as said. lets see where you are getting this 33 spline shafts from. as for toyota mini truck solid axle front ends, 33-35 is the general norm for stock birfields. longfield or dirty 30s will get you around 40s. driving style and terrain are a key factor though. i know people with 40s on stock shafts and people who can break longs with 37s.
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Old 04-21-2013, 06:04 AM
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Are they for a toyota axle ? Never heard of 33 spline
Shure there not 30 spline and yes alloys and better birfs are worth it
But I have run 38.5 boggers on stock toy birfs with a locker
And didn't blow them up
The ones I came across are for a Sami axle...

http://www.trail-gear.com/samurai-axle-kits

That is basically the kit I'm talking about..
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Old 04-21-2013, 08:15 AM
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dont build sami diffs a complete waste of everything time effort money ...


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Old 04-21-2013, 11:36 AM
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what bryson said. toyota and never have to upgrade again unless you go full extreme.
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That's why I was asking.. Like I said, i came across this kit for about 120 dollars so i was just wondering if it was even worth it ..

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what bryson said. toyota and never have to upgrade again unless you go full extreme.

Challenge accepted.. Never say never...
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Evan was running 35's on stock Sami diffs for awhile

Google reviews from dedicated Sami forums. Although toyota axles are clearly better, maybe this kit will do what you want it to do

Although I doubt it
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cool that TG came out with something for the zuk lovers. You could probably run 33's, but you are just gonna put strain on those poor gear sets. Lots of weak links in a zuk diff, and the TG shit just moves it further down. For the cost of a toyota swap, its a WAY better piece of mind.
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