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LOUD NOISE FROM REAREND

VERY LOUD ROARING NOISE AND SOME CHATTING TOOK APART PINON GEAR WORNED BADLY FOUND A 1994 PREVIA AUTO AND DISC BRAKES BUT I HAVE A 1991 PREVIA WITH FIVE SPEED AND DRUM BRAKES WILL THE HOG HEAD FIT

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  • Anonymous Apr 25, 2009

    I have a messed up 3rd member in my previa(1991) can i use a common 3rd member such as one from a 4 runner or toyota pickup? it seems and looks like the exact same axle housing.

    I want to go this route due to the face previa ones are hard to find and expensive and the others are not.

    THank you for your help.

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Remove the the diff unit and refit into your casing ,,,easy job,Preload on pinion bearings and set crownwheel backlash to a very small wiggle woggle.handful of LM grease in unit before you refit cover then use ep90 gear oil .job done shouldnt take more than a morning to do.

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