SupraSport Billet Tool Steel 220mm 6 Speed Diff Axle Stubs and Bearing Carriers
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SupraSport Billet Tool Steel 220mm 6 Speed Diff Axle Stubs and Bearing Carriers
SupraSport Billet Tool Steel 220mm 6 Speed Diff Axle Stubs and Bearing Carriers
SupraSport Billet Tool Steel 220mm 6 Speed Diff Axle Stubs and Bearing Carriers
SupraSport Billet Tool Steel 220mm 6 Speed Diff Axle Stubs and Bearing Carriers
SupraSport Billet Tool Steel 220mm 6 Speed Diff Axle Stubs and Bearing Carriers
SupraSport Billet Tool Steel 220mm 6 Speed Diff Axle Stubs and Bearing Carriers
SupraSport Billet Tool Steel 220mm 6 Speed Diff Axle Stubs and Bearing Carriers

SupraSport Billet Tool Steel 220mm 6 Speed Diff Axle Stubs and Bearing Carriers
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SupraSport has stepped up to really help the Supra community where Toyota has finally stepped down, and we're happy to work with them to provide the Supra community with ongoing support and options for years to come!

These parts are discontinued from Toyota, whereas these parts are made entirely out of billet tool steel (34CrNiMo6 for the side shafts, 42CrMo4 for the bearing carrier).

Completely stock replacement parts, just with stronger material than the factory provided. If you require a material certificate, we can include that with them as well.

The side shaft stubs replace Toyota part number 41309-14080, the carrier replaces Toyota part number 41105-14010. They're also working on a version of the side shafts with Porsche flanges, to bolt the stronger Porsche type axles/CV joints that places like DriveShaft Shop use.

Please note these exclusively fit the "big 6 speed diff" that 93-98 USDM 6 speed cars got, as well as 93-95 JDM turbo 6 speed cars. The JDM 97-02 6 speed cars got the smaller "auto/200mm diff" instead. If there's enough interest in these parts for the 200mm series diff that was in the turbo automatic and N/A MkIV Supras, as well as most RWD Lexus cars in the 90s, development would be considered.