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bolt pattern for drive shaft on T-case #825930 07/19/07 04:11 AM
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I have a carberated '85 toyota truck regular cab and i just got my new drive shaft for the front but the bolt pattern on the flange of the T-Case doesn't match the drive shaft bolt pattern. both ends of drive shaft match the third member's flange. is there a real difference in bolt pattern on the T-case flange and third member flange. is this common and is drilling it out to match my best bet to fix it.Thank you for your help.


1985 yota 22RJasper motor w/ cam,webber carb.Marlin histeer & 4"springs, AllPro jonny jointshackles. Bds yj springs upfront. Bilstein 5150's all around. 4.88 yukon gears,detroit locker and truetrac. Fj80 Master cylinder, 33" MTR's
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Re: bolt pattern for drive shaft on T-case [Re: Locked_Solid_Toy] #825931 07/19/07 04:22 AM
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Drill it or get one of these, Marlin, All-Pro, InchWorm, Sky, and Trail Gear all sell them. About 35.00

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Re: bolt pattern for drive shaft on T-case [Re: Locked_Solid_Toy] #825932 07/19/07 04:23 AM
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Lots of places sell flanges with multiple bolt patterns (Inchworm, Marlin, All-Pro, etc) or you can do it yourself. Jay K explained how to in this article:

http://toyota.off-road.com/toyota/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=186119

Re: bolt pattern for drive shaft on T-case [Re: DirtyHarry] #825933 07/19/07 05:22 AM
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so what do i need do i just get a 10mm drill bit and use the bolt holes on the drive shaft as a guide for the new holes. will a regular hand drill have enough power. Are there any techniques i should know before i do this. thanks


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Re: bolt pattern for drive shaft on T-case [Re: Locked_Solid_Toy] #825934 07/19/07 06:19 AM
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so what do i need do i just get a 10mm drill bit and use the bolt holes on the drive shaft as a guide for the new holes. will a regular hand drill have enough power. Are there any techniques i should know before i do this. thanks


Regular hand drill works fine, clamp the yoke flange to the output flange and drill away. Stop drilling when the bit goes through the flange. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />


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Re: bolt pattern for drive shaft on T-case [Re: cam01] #825935 07/19/07 09:53 PM
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Yes, clamping the two flanges together and using that for lining up the holes works well. Put the new holes midway between the old holes. Also, drill one hole, then put in a bolt before drilling the other holes. Best to do one hole at a time so you keep things lined up.


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