The Toyota axle has 30-spline axleshafts that are the same length, so you only have to keep one spare. The Dana 35 shafts are different lengths, so score one more advantage to Toyota here. We also used some Rusty’s Off Road adjustable lower control arms (PN RC-CA211-UV) so we could fine tune the pinion angle. The rear driveshaft was shortened 1-inch because the Toyota 8.4 pinion is about 1-inch longer than the Dana 35. We also used a Tom Wood’s Custom Drive Shafts 1310 U-joint to Toyota flange.