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gears for an electronic locker equipt tacoma

Im trying to find out what (exactly) type/size /whatever....gears i will need for my rear diff.which is electronic locker equipt, i want to put in 4.88's and though iv called a ton of people including (precision gears themselves) and know one seems to be willing to either take the time to give me a stright answer or search around to find that answer.... very frustrating !~!!
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Im trying to find out what (exactly) type/size /whatever....gears i will need for my rear diff.which is electronic locker equipt, i want to put in 4.88's and though iv called a ton of people including (precision gears themselves) and know one seems to be willing to either take the time to give me a stright answer or search around to find that answer.... very frustrating !~!!
contact PORC, mention ttora. they will take care of you

since you are in the SR area contact Peter Parks as well; he has the same setup you are looking to do.

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no luck so far .........frustrating
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contact PORC, mention ttora. they will take care of you

since you are in the SR area contact Peter Parks as well; he has the same setup you are looking to do.
PORC is temp. out of the 4.88's for the rear e-locker equipped Taco's. I called them on tuesday and they don't know when they will get new ones. Something about a national backorder.
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PORC is temp. out of the 4.88's for the rear e-locker equipped Taco's. I called them on tuesday and they don't know when they will get new ones. Something about a national backorder.
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wow, that sucks. are they our of Yukon gears as well or just PGs?

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Yea ive talked to randys ring and pinion, precision, reider,and a couple of other places and everyone says the same thing...........sold out...
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I just got mine. I'll get brand (I thought it was U.S. something I can't remember right now) and part number for you later tonight. I got them from http://www.tandjperformance.com in So Cal. The manufacturer shipped me the wrong ones initially so now I have the correct ones. Talk to Max and he will sort you out.

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It's the same Toyota 8" ring gear that fits in the older turbo charged 4X4 mini truck rearends.

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So 4.88s have a 44 tooth ring and a 9t pinion, right?

The old 22RT-E's had 4.88s stock? It has the same pinion too, right?
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Good luck on finding those 4.88's. I bought the last set Marlin had about 6 weeks ago.

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OK here they are. US Gear Ring and pinion set. Part no 03-882410. contact t and j performance in So Cal (714) 633-0991 and ask for Max. Tell him Vince the guy that got the wrong set sent ya and not to mess this one up :-) I've got an '04 TRD with locked.

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