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06-21-2010 07:22 PM
csamn2007 Little update. 19 Jun 10

Found this while checking my oil.



Also mounted my hi lift. Didnt really think it through, my sprayers dont work anymore. Oh well who needs them anyways.

05-30-2010 06:37 PM
csamn2007
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Originally Posted by pakman55 View Post
d60's are for lead footed hillbillys
Hey now im a redneck not a hillbilly!
05-30-2010 03:52 PM
doclouie If I read your original post correctly you have a 2.5L engine. You most likely will want the power of a 6, but that is your call.
05-30-2010 03:39 PM
distortedtj ^^^ same,,, would even worry about a D60 without 37 or larger.
05-30-2010 12:12 PM
cavediverjc D60 is gonna need some shaving if you want to run 33's or even 35's. Throw some 37's on it and call it good....
05-30-2010 11:48 AM
pakman55 d60's are for lead footed hillbillys
05-30-2010 02:51 AM
csamn2007
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Originally Posted by distortedtj View Post
Nice plans bud. Should do just fine..just mite want to think about these two together...

D60 rear (eventually)
33 inch Baja claws

That's a large center section for 33's.
That is true. I was thinking if i do go that route eventually i would just run 35s or larger.
05-30-2010 02:01 AM
distortedtj Nice plans bud. Should do just fine..just mite want to think about these two together...

D60 rear (eventually)
33 inch Baja claws

That's a large center section for 33's.
05-30-2010 01:46 AM
csamn2007
CsAMNs build thread.

I figured i would make a build thread. Easier to track my progress to my ultimate goal.

When i bought it:

85k miles 2.5
D30 Front
D35 Rear
3.07 gearing
No lockers or LSD
30 inch tires
The only not stock thing on it was the radio, top, and ugly bumpers.

My Goals.

D60 rear (eventually)
D44 front (eventually)
4.56 gearing
ARB lockers both front and rear
33 inch Baja claws
3 or 4 inch lift short arm.
adjustable control arms all the way around
adjustable track bars
Curry HD steering
AD SYE and TW drive shaft
1 inch BL and MML
Swing out tire carrier.
Warn M8000 Winch with synth rope.

Pipe Dreams:
4BT swap

When i first bought it. 26 July 09


First purchase other than maintenance was a Smitty front bumper. Bought it used for 100 dollars, just had to pick it up. Also two cheap Harbor Freight off road lights. Also removed the ugly grill inserts. 22 Oct 09


When i first bought it the CD player didnt work. So i bought up a Kenwood
21 Jan 10.


Got some new 31 BFG ATs and flat black soft 8s. 4WD parts lied to me telling me they could get me some 31 baja claws with in 3 months. Also removed the fend flairs.


Bought and installed a RC 3.25" lift kit. A little over 6 hrs of work. Not at all a bad lift. 24 APR 10




15 MAY 10 I bought a 1.25" BL and 1" MML yet to install.

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