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Old 02-16-2020, 07:28 PM #1
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3rd Gen - Sonoran Steel Diff Drop

Located in central arkansas, willing to ship.

I have a Sonoran Steel diff drop, Iíll sale for $45 shipped.

I ended up only raising my T4R by 2Ē and did not need this, so it just sits.
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Located in central arkansas, willing to ship.

I have a Sonoran Steel diff drop, Iíll sale for $45 shipped.

I ended up only raising my T4R by 2Ē and did not need this, so it just sits.
Is it better than this one?

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Yes. The Sonoran steel one is tapered. When you drop the diff, the diff will rotate, causing one side of the mount to be lower than the other. The Toytec one is flat and puts additional stress on the mounting points, where's the Sonoran Steel one accommodates for this.
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Yes. The Sonoran steel one is tapered. When you drop the diff, the diff will rotate, causing one side of the mount to be lower than the other. The Toytec one is flat and puts additional stress on the mounting points, where's the Sonoran Steel one accommodates for this.
I have a 2.5" lift debating if I really need this or not.
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Got it thanks. I can ship Monday.
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