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Unread 01-15-2006, 08:01 PM   #1
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New D44, Rockcrushers, SYE and IROKS

Last time I went wheeling I broke my D35c turd so I knew it was time to upgrade. It has been sitting in my garage for the past 2 months waiting to move again. Well it is now moving again with a new D44 equipped with a Full Detroit locker, Chromolly Alloy USA shafts, 4.88's, and a rockcrusher diff cover:

I got a rockcrusher cover, 4.88's and an aussie locker for my front D30:

The D30 still needs a new steering stabilizer and some HD steering.
I also finally got my AA HD SYE and RE CV Driveshaft to get some more clearance underneath:

Finally, I got my new 36x13.50 BIAS IROKS (still need to get a spare):





Now I can't wait to take it out on the trail and test it all out

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Unread 01-15-2006, 08:29 PM   #2
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Unread 01-15-2006, 08:51 PM   #3
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Very very nice, awesome rig!!!
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Unread 01-15-2006, 10:21 PM   #5
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any reason you didn't do a tummy tucker at the same time so you wouldn't have to redo the rear DS again?

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Unread 01-16-2006, 07:27 AM   #6
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any reason you didn't do a tummy tucker at the same time so you wouldn't have to redo the rear DS again?

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Yes, because I do not have a body lift to tuck it up nice and smooth. I also didn't have the money to buy a tummy tuck (nor do I have the tools to make one) after all the money I just dropped into it .
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where did you get your axle and how much did it cost if you dont mind me asking.... I need one for my jeep.
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Unread 01-16-2006, 09:05 AM   #8
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I got the D44 with 4.88's and Detroit locker installed from Performance offroad Center for $1500 shipped and then the chromolly alloy usa shafts from david at northridge4x4 for $219 shipped. Can't beat that.
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let me know how everything holds up, ive got a similar set up and want to run the Iroks when my Trxus run out, What tranny you running auto or manual?

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Thanks, it is the 5-speed manual.
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wow thats a nice...same color as mine too but mine needs to grow soon
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Figures hahaha

im running the 3 speed and im too worried about jumping to the 488's for the bigger tires i may just have to go 456's and hope for the best


let me know how it flexes
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Yes, because I do not have a body lift to tuck it up nice and smooth. I also didn't have the money to buy a tummy tuck (nor do I have the tools to make one) after all the money I just dropped into it .
gotcha...

testing out new toys is FUN!!

I got to test the Atlas 4.3:1 and the Staun internal beadlocks this past Saturday...wheeeeee!!!

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testing out new toys is FUN!!

I got to test the Atlas 4.3:1 and the Staun internal beadlocks this past Saturday...wheeeeee!!!

Greg
I wish I could afford an atlas and some stauns. That would be great!
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