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06-06-2010 02:27 PM
Whitespartian
Tj long arm axleswap stretch

I have decided when I get back from afghanistan I am buildings long arm kit for my tj afte going through my third Dana 35 before I left with my jeep having only 65 miles on the odo I have a Dana 60 and 44 I was told they where out of a wide track but never looked at which side the front pumpkin was on. So iw will have to find out. I am wondering what axles would be best to use I am going for 37's I don't care what lug parrern as long as they are not 5 on 4.5( I am trying to use 16.5 rims ) gm 8 lug would be awesome but idk if they have that in the right punkin location with doesn't matter because I would like a wider footprint and am thing about 5in stretch in reAr and 3 up front

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