None are gonna be a direct bolt in. They are gonna require modification to make fit. They don't have the aftermarket support that other swap candidates have, so getting axles and the other parts you need to make it work is gonna be difficult if not impossible. There are plenty of Chevy and Ford rear end which are much better candidates because of dimensions and parts availability, many of which are readily available and cheap (like the explorer 8.8 I mentioned). Why try to reinvent the wheel?I know this may be blasphemous but are any Toyota pickup rear ends swap worthy? There are lots of them around, a half or 3/4 ton pickup rear is usually an upgrade over a passenger car rear.