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    mid to late 80's toyota pick up.

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    I pulled that bumper off a 4runner at bob&johns.

    I'm still convinced the carb issue is slosh. In the wet there is absolutely no G's.
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    If the gas were getting hot, frequently- it can cause vapor lock, or boiling in the carb bowl.
    But in the wet, you're using less throttle and moving slower (so less fuel is being used while slosh is occurring, and less slosh is happening)

    In Toyota, we rust.

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    Joe, hunny, I fixed it! It was just vapor lock!
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    If the gas tank isnt venting, it doesn't take much heat to increase the vapor pressure leading to higher fuel pressure. That's an easy test, and if there is a huge fwoosh when you crack the cap, blowing OUT for sure, not in, you could be on the right track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warren View Post
    I pulled that bumper off a 4runner at bob&johns.
    Same ****

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    Buzzzzzz, Buzzzzzzzzz.

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    Nice shot!
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    Hurray for Diff fun.

    The awesomeness of meeting the Pauleses, resulted in differential explosions. The first one lasted the cars off-on driving life of roughly 2 years. It was replaced recently. On it's first track day, the I bumped the learning curb ever so softly and managed to crack the newly welded diff. Boo.

    This is my first diff opened up: Yikes.



    Quite chunky, looks like the spider gears were welded together. Unpleasant.



    This little fella showed up in the mail a short while later. Designed specifically for the 6.3" diff, it was affordable, and may be a reliable solution. For those who arn't in the know: Most racing automobiles have many diff options other than traditional clutch type LSD's. This is a 'mini spool'.



    Opened up the carrier. Sadly you have to remove the ring gear to get the center pin out, but I've pulled apart two now and haven't need a press, they just tap right off.



    The mini spool just pops into place of the old spiders gears. The axles slide into the splines and are properly attached to each other. Your original center pin is reused. Just make sure to line up the locator hole on the pin to help with reassembly later. One of the 8 spider gear cap retainer bolts is longer than the others to slip into the center pin. It's easy just sounds finicky.



    All buttoned up.



    This is the annoying part, sorting out the teeth engaugement pattern. In this picture we can clearly see the differential waiting for Joel to come over after work.

    time for Ranch Crispers. Here is a picture, to help you understand.



    Those are Crispers.
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    Where to buy and how much monies? That's a very elegant solution. My welded diff attempts either break or the amount of weld distorts the carrier and ruins gear mesh.

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    You can get Crispers at Shoppers drug mart for about $2.19
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    Where to buy and how much monies? That's a very elegant solution. My welded diff attempts either break or the amount of weld distorts the carrier and ruins gear mesh.

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    Yeah I'd like to get one instead of welding as well

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    Sorry Quinn
    Ranch crispers are very good.
    So the pin holds it all now? That's cool, so simple.

    Don't just weld the spiders together, weld the side gears to the carrier and anywhere else you can.
    I know its not easy, but I have done a sr5 diff and it held up amazing took many beatings including some snow covered curb meetings.
    Oh, I didn't use bolts, I just welded the side cover on!

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    I have a Zenki ae86 spool sitting in my garage, if someone interested pm me. It's a complete spool so you don't need to reuse your case
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


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    This guy was $40 from Speedway motors out of the states. Argue their shipping with them over the phone for great savings.

    It fits both 6.3" diffs, all of them I think, and zenki 6.7" axles as well.
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    wier has spools as well for both 6.3 and 6.7 rear ends and you can get them with new bearings or without. im going that route now as well, for the 6.3 rear end dwarf cars run them so spools are abit cheaper for those rear ends.

    The welds in my 86 broke as well before the last event. it came welded in the car when i got it. it was like half racheting like an lsd. I used my friends diff for the event and it has a spool. just feels nicer, i cant explain. doesnt seem to get tire chatter thru cornering
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    If I had another corolla I would use a spool (again) for sure.

    A+ for both the spool and the crispers.
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