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12-29-2006 04:28 PM
bluvikng Front axle is the good ole D30

You have a good set up for running lockers, if you choose too.

I don't know why, put they chose to use plastic fill caps on both the D35, and the D30.
12-29-2006 03:47 PM
jkb1441 Really wow thats awesome! I though I only had the 35




Can you tell me what i got up front?






thanks agian
jake
12-29-2006 03:23 PM
bluvikng The rear axle is a D44

The 3.75 inch back spaced wheels are the ones to get. I run 12.5" wide tires, with no tire rub.
12-29-2006 03:18 PM
jkb1441
Rear Diff

Can you tell me which one this is? the D35?





Also should I worry about this spacing? My new wheels and tires with 3.75 backspacing are coming in soon. That will give it more room right?


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