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08-06-2009 01:42 AM
punkafi888 to be perfectly honest i am not much of a ford guy. if you can say i am racist against ford. lol. this coming from a guy that owned an sn95. it was a little v6, not a bad car. for the normal joe. but i drive my cars till they cant drive no more. and i broke the four link off the frame. long story short. thats how i ended up at the off road shop i hang out at. he fixed it. then i traded it for my jeep. i like my chevy rear end. massive 10.5" ring gear. pinion support. say i do bust a shaft. easy as hell to change a full float. a third member would be nice. clearance would be cool and all. but the rocks have left there mark on my rig. now its time to fight back. with the "rock plow"
08-05-2009 12:25 AM
yjwes
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Originally Posted by birdhunter View Post
Ya man That what my cj5 w boss 302 3spd
had 9"
ya thare good axles
08-04-2009 10:28 PM
birdhunter
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Originally Posted by yjwes View Post
9" will hold up to v8s just fine

Ya man That what my cj5 w boss 302 3spd
had 9"
08-04-2009 10:20 PM
jpdocdave the beauty about what we do is to each their own. sounds like he found a strong axle he wants to modify and put in his jeep. punkafi says he knows its obnoxiously big, he's gonna shave some off, and is sacrificing some of the clearance for the indestructible and cheap axle.

you won't worry about your rear axle braking thats for sure.
08-04-2009 10:01 PM
yjwes 9" will hold up to v8s just fine
08-04-2009 08:22 PM
punkafi888 once again 14 bolt was easyer to find. and its not like the 4.0 will stay in there for ever, i may go 4.7l stroked 4.0. or a 383.
08-03-2009 11:50 PM
yjwes
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Originally Posted by punkafi888 View Post
the 14bolt is much easyer to do a disk conversion on. its cheap, and it is practically indestructible. there is no need to get aftermarket shafts.
how much axle u need its a light jeep with a 6 cyl engine and 37"

y not a 9"
08-03-2009 11:07 PM
punkafi888 the 14bolt is much easyer to do a disk conversion on. its cheap, and it is practically indestructible. there is no need to get aftermarket shafts.
08-03-2009 09:50 PM
yjwes with 37" tires y not go 1/2 ton save some ground clearance
08-03-2009 05:48 PM
punkafi888 jus going to run 35's street and 37's trail. and yes i know it hangs low but you can shave up to two inches off.
06-30-2009 08:03 PM
AzTJ
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Originally Posted by yjwes View Post
what size tires u going to run?
Better be 40's or larger.
06-30-2009 07:07 PM
yjwes what size tires u going to run?
06-30-2009 07:04 PM
1BLKJP Nice find.
06-30-2009 05:00 PM
punkafi888 that pice is for all rear axles. o bad they dont have any rockwells.
06-29-2009 11:39 PM
yjwes ya 14bolts are dirt cheap
06-29-2009 11:12 PM
punkafi888
yay found my 14bolt!

hi he junk yard oday and found my 14 bolt! $128! shafts are flawless! 10.5" ring gear 6 bolt yoke input. full carrier! and it was the only full float in the whole junk yard. found like 10 semi floats. still need to find my dana 44 hp w/ flat top knuckles.

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