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Old 02-21-2020, 02:40 PM #1
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Front and Rear Differential OEM "DIY" Master-Rebuild Part Numbers

Front and Rear Differential Rebuild Information:

Part Numbers and Cost:
  • Front Pinion Bearing - Toyota (90366-30067) Front Outer $46.73
  • Rear Pinion Bearing - Toyota (90366-35087) Rear Inner $68.23
  • Side Bearings - Toyota (90366-50007) Case Side (Small) $43.26
  • Side Bearings - Toyota (90366-75001) Case Side (Big) $27.42
  • Pinion Seal - Toyota (90311-38047) $6.76
  • Toyota Transfer Indicator Switch: Beck and Arnley 201-1788 $11.51
  • (TTIS: ROCK AUTO PART NUMBER AND FOR E-LOCKER ONLY)

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Total Rear Differential Cost: $203.91

Part Numbers for Front Differential:
  • Side Bearings - Toyota (90368-50006) $38.81 x 2 = $77.62
  • Pinion Bearing Inner - Toyota (90366-35023-77) $68.63
  • Pinion Spacer - Toyota (41231-22010) $12.95
  • Pinion Seal - Toyota (90311-38066) $9.81
  • Pinion Bearing Outer - Toyota (90366-30078-77) $32.77
  • Output Shaft Seal Left - Toyota (90311-47027) $13.24
  • Output Shaft Seal Right - Toyota (90311-47013) $14.40
  • Output Shaft Bearing - Toyota (90903-63008) $39.01
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Total Front Differential Rebuild Cost: $268.43

If anyone can contribute to this in any way, that would be great! This is a complete guide to getting differential bearings for a lot cheaper than any of these other gear and bearing brands sell the kits at. In addition to this, the seals are from Toyota, which is a big deal for me. Also, this actually includes an output shaft bearing for the front differential which I have personally not seen in any "master rebuild" differential kit offered online.

This research results from a week long search into the best "master rebuild kit" online. What I finally figured out, the best option is to build your own master rebuild kit, and order from an online parts store. Personally, I always order from Conicelli Toyota Parts online parts store so these prices could be higher or lower depending on if you shop at a place like Camelback Toyota for instance. (I believe Conicelli and Camelback are the same with pricing.)

Feel free to add any additional differential, front end, or rear end drive-line component part numbers in this thread.

I WOULD LIKE TO NOTE: The rear differential breakdown is for an E-Locker 4Runner / Tacoma 8" 3rd member. If you do not have an E - Locker everything is the EXACT SAME besides the carrier bearings. You would order two of the "(small)" bearings. Not one (small) and one (big).
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I also just want to note, I find it EXTREMELY interesting that these big brands like Yukon are selling these kits with added pattern paint, a cheap paint brush, some cheap shims, and some cheap in-house made diff bolts. Oh and a gasket or RTV. They sell this for NEARLY or OVER DOUBLE what Toyota is asking for essentially the same parts. I literally thought about buying 10 of these oem kits and selling them online for $50 less than the big manufacturers and still making a profit hahaha
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