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    Originally posted by Sir_2jza70
    Yep, mines a single piece. I wasnt aware that for higher power levels a two-piece is needed... that could suck quite severly.

    I thought the single piece just had less tolerance to movement?
    The issue is the length of a single piece of tube, and the max RPM it will see. Long tube + high RPM = shaft wants to flap around and break stuff. You can get around this by using thicker tube, but in my case I was pretty much limited to 3" tube which meant two shorter lengths was the only safe option. Yours could well be thicker (more room in a MkIII) so it may not be a problem.
    Norbie!

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      Originally posted by Rz
      i hope you have the pcd right ?
      Me too! I gave them fairly rough measurements because I assumed they were going to match it up with an off-the-shelf flange (I happen to know later-model Landcruisers use the same flange) but by the looks of it they made that one from scratch.

      Do you still have your tailshaft out of the car? If I need to re-drill my flange it would be handy to have the real deal to use as a template.
      Norbie!

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        yeh i got a spare tailshaft here you can use for template.
        https://www.facebook.com/Petes-Weldi...7343264035404/

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          Awesome! I'll try drilling the holes to 11mm and if that doesn't work I'll be paying you a visit shortly.
          Norbie!

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            Originally posted by bigmuz
            Wankers, M11 is non standard. Try getting nuts or bolts if you lose the ones in there.
            yeh , that'd be almost as hard as rattling off a part number at toyota and handing over a couple bucks
            https://www.facebook.com/Petes-Weldi...7343264035404/

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              Wankers.

              They shoulda just used m12 fine and then I would have been right :D

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                tap and away you go?
                Originally posted by Carroll Smith
                The price of Man in motion is the occasional collision.
                Royalpurple Oils

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                  Farken, I just realised my box didn't come with nuts on the studs. Where am I going to find M11 nuts?
                  Norbie!

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                    have mine and order me new ones.
                    i dont need em for a while.
                    https://www.facebook.com/Petes-Weldi...7343264035404/

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                      A generous offer, thanks! I'll see how I go re-drilling the flange and get back to you tomorrow.
                      Norbie!

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                        Originally posted by Norbie
                        flange
                        that is all

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                          Originally posted by Sir_2jza70
                          Woot woot!!! :D:D

                          $1265 though, holy shit! Mine only cost $600...I hope mines not made of balsa wood or something! :p
                          Double WOOT WOOT. My 2 piece was like $280 or something so you can both suck my balls. (only one half needed to be made though)
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                          Quickest stock exhaust manifold stud 2JZ in Aus.


                          Originally posted by cracka
                          Some conclusions empirically were that a large protruding ridge like a prolapsed arsehole around the runner was largely beneficial.

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                            Yeah i'm a bit amazed at the prices you guys paid for your tailshafts!

                            I had 2 made for the liberty (both 3" 2 piece) all i supplied was the yoke with no uni and it cost me $250 and was made in 3 hours.

                            That was through driveline services at Eagle Farm. They specialise in trucks etc.
                            '10 Forester Diesel 6Spd - Slow and sensible
                            '93 SWB Pajero - Slow but scary
                            '89 MX5 B6-T - Scary not slow

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                              I figured I got ripped off as mine was ordered by Dodgy Bros mechanics back in the old days. :p
                              #WHOTW award winner #blessed #susanalbumparty

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                                I had a severe shit fight trying to get a nut that the sender from my Ebay oil temp gauge would screw into. I had to weld it to my trans sump pan. Nothing in my spare nut sack (heheh) fitted. So I had to purchase some nuts. :D
                                10.83 @ 125

                                Quickest stock exhaust manifold stud 2JZ in Aus.


                                Originally posted by cracka
                                Some conclusions empirically were that a large protruding ridge like a prolapsed arsehole around the runner was largely beneficial.

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