post #16 of Old 04-08-2013, 07:37 AM Thread Starter
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So after sleeping on it (again) I ordered some 5.13s.

Already have the master rebuild kits for bearings and seals.

With the money I'm already putting into the axles I might as well put a more suitable ratio in there while I'm doing it..


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I had 5.13s on 37s in my Cherokee and absolutely loved it.
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Me jealous of the axles what wheels are you gonna run?
Just a standard 17" black steel wheel with a 5" BS to keep the width less ridiculous.


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So what parts are you selling so far? I'm still on a Dana 35 with 3:73 with my 32" tires. With the 4.7 in that, you had a D44a right?

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So what parts are you selling so far? I'm still on a Dana 35 with 3:73 with my 32" tires. With the 4.7 in that, you had a D44a right?

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Everything coming off is for sale. I can easily pull parts off at any time. Not sure what the going rate is for stuff, I threw some nominal numbers on this thread:

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f130/...heels-1505825/

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Subbed! If I had an extra $300 burning a hole in my pocket, I'd take a trip over to Warrensburg and snag those axles!

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Subbed! If I had an extra $300 burning a hole in my pocket, I'd take a trip over to Warrensburg and snag those axles!

What type of flooring is in your garage? It looks great!
Its an epoxy coating I got online and put down when we moved in. I like it so far, although I did take a chip out of it this morning when I bumped my sawhorse causing my front truss to fall off by accident.

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Interesting! That line at your garage door made it look thick. I was almost wondering if you spread cork down and somehow covered it with a clear coating. Either way, looks nice!

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Oh man! You are only an hour from me!

I can pick up that rear hitch tomorrow or Thursday I your available. I'm coming thru Warrensburg. I'm trying to talk my wife into the axles also.

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