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Old 12-29-2008, 10:56 PM   #1
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35's on stock axles???

Will this be okay to run for now if I don't do any heavy offroading. Just sticking to DD and maybe a light trail ride. I have stock axles with 3:07 gears and 5 to 6 inches of lift. Right now I have 33's and they run fine, no power loss; still runs like a raped ape. Also can anyone recommend where to get some offset rims from and what type of bolt pattern I have and need with original axles etc.

If anyone can recommend what to do when I get the money to toughen up the original axles I'm all ears


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Old 12-29-2008, 11:01 PM   #2
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your going to get a lot of heat for 35's on the 3.07's. you are kind of pushing them to the max. if you want to beef them up a little you can get a set of chromoly axle shafts that have rolled splines instead of cut. i got a set for my husband for christmas. the set is $199. check the link below, they were great and shipped quick.

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also you could swap out the axles for dana 44's of ford 8.8's. check out junk yards.
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Old 12-29-2008, 11:32 PM   #4
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Um, I had 4.56's and 35's and it was okay, I would think that with 35's and 3.07's it would about as bad as say, having to move back home with your parents. As for the axles the 30 will fare better than the dana 35, it could live or it could explode on ya.
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Old 12-31-2008, 11:58 AM   #5
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yuo gots 5 on 4.5 brah.

i ran 307's and 35's in the woods for years on the dirty 30 and c-clip 35, i wasnt gentle, and always kept spare shafts and never needed them.

lucky i guess.

i just put the 8.8 in the rear and im glad i did. piece of mind.

what do ya mean "where can i find offroad rims" ????
just go lookin dude, get some 15x10 black/white steelies and go!


you will be fine with the 307's though, it will be a pig, but just use 4low in the woods and you will be fine.

(super 35 kit) is def something to look into.
your front 30 is fine.
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