does any one know where to get the parts for a manual hub conversion for a 96 tacoma?
dont bother with spending money on the manual hub conversion. what reasons do you want to do the swap for? if it was a simple bolt on with readily available parts like the minis, then sure. but this requires changing over knuckles, axleshafts etc. not worth it in my book. plus the ADD axles are bigger (read: stronger) than their manual hub counterpart & swapping them out on the trail can be as quick as 30mins. unless you can find a junkyard taco with oem manual hubs, spindles, shafts, etc for cheap, which id imagine is very unlikely, you're money is best spent elsewhere. like a front arb, some skid plating, better coilovers...etc. the only main advantage IMO is the ability to pull the axle should it break. then again, if you're wheeling where its breaking...you should be carrying sparesthis is all excellent info thanks alot........its my son's truck actually and we are doing a fabtech 3 1/2 inch lift kit.thats how this all started.i dont know for sure if it has abs in the front but i'll check it out. i'll have to ask ryan thom he'll know