13. Before finishing the front, I jumped on the back. I decided to use a '90 Toyota rear end out of the junk yard that I got from Cal Mini Truck Dismantlers in sunny SoCal. I unbolted the third member yoke from both the Mitsu rear end and the Toyota rear end. In this picture, we were taking the dust shield off of the Mitsubishi yoke. This gave us access to the holes to make marks on our Toyota yoke for the drilling.