Question about Toyota Land Cruiser
This is a Fairly Technical Job, have the tools to do it, service pulleys, press, etc. If not, have you thought about buying a whole diff from the wreckers and putting that on? Much easier than doing the above. Make sure if you can, that if you do this, that it has done less than 200 thousand Kms. You can spin the outer axles to check for worn bearings. If this does not appeal to you, may I suggest a Gregory's manual. This will take you step by step through the job and the tools that you will need. Toyota Manuals are now about $480.00 to $800.00 each and that's trade. Hope this helps.
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