1976 Toyota Dyna

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Re: 1976 Toyota Dyna

Postby oldn64 » Mon Jun 18, 2018 3:24 pm

v6bucket wrote:The Toyota conversion looks easy enough, almost factory. The Toyota diff is 9 1/4" from memory, which is slightly bigger than the Ford option. With 4.11 gears in the Dyna, should give you about 2800rpm at 100 km/hr in 4th gear if you have 6.50r16 tyres instead of 3600rpm. You may find that the Dyna axles could be used or the Cruiser axles, the flange at the outer ends may be the same.

That is what I am hopeing BUT I just dont know as I dont have a dyna axle out or even a cruiser axle to compare. I am expecting there is going to be alot of R&D on this........or a repline of some axles at some stage. eeek $$$$ my big concern with the 4.11 is whether it is going to be too low. we are still talking almost 4 tonne load and closer to 6 with second car on trailer.


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Re: 1976 Toyota Dyna

Postby v6bucket » Tue Jun 19, 2018 7:04 am

I had a second look at the Dyna axle flange & it's bigger that the cruiser.
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