Diff upgrade options Mk9

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Re: Diff upgrade options Mk9

Postby hiluxxury on Fri, 31 Mar 2023 5:01 +0000

Just a thought, Hilux Max here did a fair bit of work on his N80 and would have been interested in regearing - check out this thread viewtopic.php?f=119&t=26631
I might be wrong.

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Re: Diff upgrade options Mk9

Postby superclarkey on Fri, 31 Mar 2023 11:42 +0000

I'm defo not a 4x4 Hilux specialist :D
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Re: Diff upgrade options Mk9

Postby Rob_Wood on Sat, 01 Apr 2023 9:42 +0000

superclarkey wrote:I'm defo not a 4x4 Hilux specialist :D


Don't have to be a 4x4 specialist to know a shytload about Diff's
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Re: Diff upgrade options Mk9

Postby superclarkey on Sun, 28 Apr 2024 11:24 +0000

I never worked out if the rear has a larger ring gear than the front. Can anyone confirm this as It would be a great help as I'm about to order 4:88:1 ratios.

I installed the RD111 in the front can confirm that was 8".

They list RD232 for the rear which is a 8.9", whereas the Toyota Parts System lists the front and rear as being the same part number against my vin number.

I now know I have Type-B differentials.
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