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Solid Axle Swap (SAS) - Toyota FJ Cruiser

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I know there are so many 4X4 videos out there. I only subscribe to only a few. That said, I found this https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2LtBz2T12R-NBNwNJFWhtQ/videos

 

His name is Ken (Utah), and it appears that he may have started his channel last year.  As an enthusiast, I really like several of his trail videos and he has fair commentary. From what I have watched so far, a very likeable personality, and I hope Ken grows his channel.

 

As an ORP Toyota FJ member, I am definitely looking forward to learning how he builds his Toyota FJ SAS.  

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Thanks George,

 

 

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I think Toyota should bring the FJ back and this time with a solid front axle from the factory. 😉

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Trail Toy,

 

Brenda and I like Rubicons. And old an 08 Schmoyota.

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On 4/30/2021 at 6:40 PM, Trail Toy said:

I think Toyota should bring the FJ back and this time with a solid front axle from the factory. 😉

 

i doubt they'd ever abandon IFS, but maybe they will bring it back if the Bronco does well. that would be awesome, more competition in the 4wd trail-worthy category is a win for all consumers.

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Hopefully, Schmoyota will design a superior front axle. That said, I have told my Yota FJ/4RNR buddies to NEVER trade a OE Toyota per dealer $450 half-shaft to a shop. The rebuilds are $50 and inferior no mater what what shop or online offers. 

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Currently watching via his YouTube channel.... this is well beyond my skill level; i.e. The cutting?

 

Very upset. Albeit, he has informational vid for every 4x4 group. 

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