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PostPosted: Fri Oct 18, 2013 1:52 pm Reply with quote
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just checkin my options---got a good hookup on a belhousing/chutch &
pressure plate/ throwout bearing/ clutch release fork and slave cyl
for a 4.3 v6 to toyota r trans. pretty good deal if i can find an r trans
cheap enough.

really torn on what im gonna do. building up a stock 4.3 or doing
a hot rod 22r. cost will be cheaper to do the stock v6.
need mo powa---powa to the people right on.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 18, 2013 1:56 pm Reply with quote
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Say no to the chevy... stick with Toyota!!!!!

Why not find a 3.4L w/ a R150 behind it? (hard to find a donor truck?)

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 18, 2013 2:30 pm Reply with quote
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Dawg do you need any R series trans or specifically the R151F out of the Turbo trucks?

Because IIRC the R150 has the 23spline output but a different bolt pattern so an adapter would be needed to mate it to your current gear drive cases.

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StretchASU wrote:
Dawg do you need any R series trans or specifically the R151F out of the Turbo trucks?

Because IIRC the R150 has the 23spline output but a different bolt pattern so an adapter would be needed to mate it to your current gear drive cases.


The R151F is pretty rare- only came in 86/87 22rte (turbo) trucks

The Tacoma (3.4L) R150 has a different Input shaft length than the 3.0L R150. The Tacoma R150 output shaft connects to the T-case input via a coupler. The coupler is pressed on to the input of the transfer case.

You will need an adapter to run a gear drive case with the R150. you might be able to get a 3.0 R150, it has a passenger side drop T-case, but its a chain drive case just like the Tacoma's.....

When I bought my adapter, I had to make sure I had a 3.4L R150 because of the input shaft length.


That's is why a lot of guys run a 2/3rz. Use a w59 bell housing to mate that engine to any W or G series trans. cheap and easy

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 18, 2013 3:06 pm Reply with quote
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just a regular r i think. it'll have to go with my existing
transfer.
heck it might get too pricey to go that route.

22r custom 10-1 compression pistons are not cheap.
priced a set from eagle-----just short of $600.

still on the fence--not made up my mind yet but
as soon as the steering box and shock hoops are on the frame
i gotta be ready with something to mock up motor / trans mounts.

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2013 10:57 am Reply with quote
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Or you could just swap to an automatic to go with the chevy engine.700r4 would give you good gear options and apapters to your toyota cases are available.

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