Probably a grenaded transfer case

DaveInDenver

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That $499 is for hte backing plates and doesn't get you calipers, rotors, hubs, pads or the hydraulics you might need (maybe a different master cylinder or proportioning valve I'd think).
 

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That $499 is for hte backing plates and doesn't get you calipers, rotors, hubs, pads or the hydraulics you might need (maybe a different master cylinder or proportioning valve I'd think).
Hmm I've got an upgraded master already and a proportioning valve to make the current disk brakes on the rear axle work so maybe I'd be okay there. Dunno if the minitruck calipers and rotors would work or if I'd need to switch to the newer 4runner stuff?

Have you seen a good write-up on the steps to install that kit?

Kinda sounds like it's out of my price range right now. 😥
 

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Ordered:
  • Dual t-case adapter from Advanced Adapters ✅
  • Seals and such from Marlin Crawler ✅
  • FIPG ✅
  • Few odds and ends bolts ✅
  • T-case oil ✅

Still to get:
  • Used t-case (coming soon)
  • Parts for the Sky MFG driveline e-brake yoke assembly (should have it at Home Depot... might order parts from somewhere online though):
    • 1 3/8-16 x 5.25 ALLTHREAD
    • 2 3/8 Jam Nuts
    • 2 3/8 Yokes
    • 1 Cotter Pin
    • 2 Yoke Pins
Looks like the t-case adapter may take a while to come. I'm saving a few hundred bucks versus getting it from Trail Gear where they could ship ASAP. Hopefully that's the right choice 😬

EDIT:

Just shipped my driveline off to get rebuilt up in San Jose ✅
 
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