This one is mine. It's a 1993 that I did a solid axle swap to a 1984 Toyota 8 inch front that was trussed and rebuilt. The front end uses 1993 FJ-40 rotors with the big 4 piston calipers off a 1994 V-6 powered Toyota 4wd and 1.5 inch billet All Pro Offroad wheel spacers on each side. The front is sprung on hybrid leaf springs made from the factory rear 51 inch leafs that have had 3 leafs added after removing the overload leaf. They are hung from a reworked Sky's Offroad hanger kit using widebody boomerang shackles. The shocks are Pro Comp ES9000's designed for an 8 inch lifted Chevy connected to F-250 shock towers while the steering is full crossover high steer using Stage 5 Sky arms and FJ-80 tie rod ends.
The rear is the stock wide track 8 inch with the LSPV wired wide open for better braking. The rear springs are 3 leaf 63 inch units off a 1988 2wd Chevy half ton using Sky Offroad hangers and 6 inch eye to eye unbraced shackles. I have 3 inch blocks to level it out with the front and u-bolt flips front and rear for clearance.
My current project is building a 305 for propane to replace the stock 22re/W56(D), and RF1A t-case. I already have a TH350 w/ a TransGo shift kit which is mated to an NP205 t-case that is awaiting the installation of a twin stick kit. Once I get all that junk in there I will worry about regearing to suit the new power and I will install a front locker when I get Longfield Super Axles for the front. The rear is open or welded (I switch back and forth) for now, but I will likely either adapt a Supra limited slip to it or get an automatic locker.
So far I'm happy with it. As you can see in the pictures of it on the lift it has INCREDIBLE yet USEFUL suspension travel. Obviously those last two pictures are on a lift with the suspension drooped WAY out and not at ride height. Ah projects....