For rock crawling, lower transfer case gears give you the control you need to keep your truck on track. Trail-Gear offers an affordable 4.70:1 gear kit for your gear driven Toyota transfer case. Trail-Creeper T-Case gears are available in 21 and 23 spline configurations. Kits include replacement gears, gaskets and seals. Disassembly and modification of transfer case is required for installation. Input gears are precision ground & micro-polished to guarantee the removal of all surface imperfections in the forging.
Trail Gear's Axle Bearing Service Kit includes all parts for servicing left or right rear axle on 1979-1995 Toyota 4x4 Pickups and 4Runners. Kit Includes Koyo axle bearing, axle housing seal, axle bearing retainer, outer axle rubber seal, c-clip, axle o-ring.
Trail Gear's service kit contains all standard replacement parts including gaskets, felts, seals, washers , king pin shims and kin pin trunion bearings. Kit includes inner axle seals, outer felt covers and wheel bearings
If you are installing dual transfer cases on your Toyota Pickup or 4Runner you will require a custom crossmember that moves the mounts and you will want to protect them from trail damage with a crossmember that can take serious trail punishment. Trail-Gear's crossmembers are precision laser cut with slotted mounting holes for easy bolt on installation. Made from 3/8 inch thick plate steel. Includes tapered bolts for a smooth bottom. Fits 1979-1995 Toyota Pickup and 4Runner with 4 or 5 speed manual transmission and dual transfer case. Not intended for auto transmission applications.
With 30 spline birfields, six stud knuckles, and chromo hub gears or drive flanges, the next weak link in your front axle is your hub studs. When they fail you will be left without four wheel drive, and often times the hub will be unrepairable. Trail-Gear, in partnership with ARP, have designed the most durable hub stud on the market.
Prevents dirt, debris and water from getting in to your axle through the stock axle housing breather. Expands and contracts to accommodate increase or decrease in housing pressure. Kit includes one housing fitting, clamp and bellows. Easy installation takes just a few minutes. This product is not compatible with the Trail-Gear rear axle 4 link upper link mount kit.
Trail-Gear has designed this unit for a specific application, so these 1-ton unit hubs will bolt right onto your Dana 60 or 9in. housing that are set up for unit hubs. They are made to accommodate a 30 or a 35 spline axle shaft and use a 1/2-20 threaded wheel stud with a 6x5.5 wheel bolt pattern. All unit hubs include integrated roll pin to prevent the spindle nut from coming loose.
Putting in lower transfer case gears and really getting on the throttle can sometimes damage the front output shaft. This results in a loud popping noise under load and is detrimental to the life of the output shaft. Repeated popping of the front output shaft gear will result in gear failure and loss of power to the front axle. In 1993 Suzuki upgraded the output shaft and stopped using the older style shaft that was prone to failure. These later style shafts are a drop in replacement for 1986-1989 transfer cases. This upgrade is especially good for transfer cases that have lower than stock gearing in them because the lower the gear, the higher the toque load going through the gear. The front output gear can be installed without full disassembly of the transfer case. Only the front output cover needs to be removed to install this gear. Replace your older gear now and keep it in your tool box as a trail spare. Fits 1986-1995 Suzuki Samurai's.
Trail Gear's Trail-Creeper gears are made from tool-grade 8620 steel and heat-treated for maximum strength and wear resistance. The gear teeth are cut using Gleason CNC hobbing machines & cutters. Gleason gear-cutting technology produces an unprecedented level of accuracy and surface finish, which allows the gears to transmit more torque and improve fuel efficiency. The higher accuracy and surface finish also produces a quieter-running gear set, which means they will work great on the daily driver too.
Stock V6 Toyota replacement transfer case mount. This mount features a larger mounting surface than 4Cyl units. Can be used as a heavy duty stock replacement with 4cyl units on 1982 -1995. Can be used with Trail Gears crossmember on all 1979-1995 applications.
Trail Gears' differential setup kits features factory Toyota pinion and carrier bearings, factory Toyota pinion seal, complete shim kit, Toyota Crush Sleeve and ring gear bolts for a complete quality rebuild.
Have you installed lower transfer case gears in your Samurai? Lower than stock transfer case gears can stretch and damage stock rubber and aftermarket polyurethane transfer case mounts. Our heavy duty aluminum transfer case mounts are a solid way to attach your low range case. Easy installation, just unbolt the stock ones and replace. Kit contains three spacers and mounting hardware.
Trail Gear has a full line of Samurai and Sidekick Transmission Rebuild Kits. Kits feature top quality Koyo and Nachi bearings. Kits include a tube of Permatex Ultra Gray silicon. Kits available with or without syncros.
Extra large differential fill and inspection cap. Designed to allow quick access for inspecting the ring gear. Features 1.5 inch diameter access hole. Threaded aluminum cap uses a rubber o-ring for a tight seal. Installation requires cutting a hole in to the top of the differential housing and welding on a threaded bung. Kit includes: one threaded bung, one cap and one o-ring. Plug kit can be ordered loose as a do-it your-self install or it can be ordered installed into a housing if you are ordering a housing at the same time.
Trail-Gear?s 9in. Seal Housing Kit is machined from billet aluminum, has three o-rings on the outer surface of the seal housing, and has a double seal on the inside. The three outer o-rings keep the outer portion of the seal housing sealed up so that no fluid can leak or flow between the axle tube and the seal housing itself. The seal housing is tapered on the inside so that the axle shaft is lined up with the seal housing as it is installed to prevent damage to the seals or seal housing. The seal housing itself is secured in place with a set screw so that it cannot move or be pushed out of place when the axle shafts are installed. The inside of the seal housing has two seals installed to ensure that even while rock crawling on your side or racing at high speeds, no fluid leaks through or bypasses our seals. This will keep your fluid in your differential where it belongs, and not on your breaks and tires where it can create a dangerous situation