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post #46 of 71 Old 03-11-2013, 05:08 AM Thread Starter
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This one is supposed to be a 2000ish srw.


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This one is supposed to be a 2000ish srw.
I look forward to see what you end up doing with it!
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I look forward to see what you end up doing with it!
It may be a while! lol

On my buddy's yj he used a 99 model master cylinder with the stock booster. He also had to cut down his pushrod to make it all work. I read somewhere yesterday that sinister fab makes a push rod for use with the dodge mc in our tjs. I haven't even got to the Bellivista brake bible yet but those things are awesome with info.

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It may be a while! lol

On my buddy's yj he used a 99 model master cylinder with the stock booster. He also had to cut down his pushrod to make it all work. I read somewhere yesterday that sinister fab makes a push rod for use with the dodge mc in our tjs. I haven't even got to the Bellivista brake bible yet but those things are awesome with info.
I forgot about Billavistas brake bible! I guess I now have some reading to do!
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I forgot about Billavistas brake bible! I guess I now have some reading to do!
Yep, my buddy's was a frame up build and he ran all new brake lines. I am not sure what the difference would be between what he ran v.s. what we have stock on our tjs.

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One way to unload a 14 bolt yourself..



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post #52 of 71 Old 03-11-2013, 06:20 PM
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I have a super dana 70 pulled from a 05 Chevy box truck that has the same style brakes, wonder if thats the new style flange for all the axles now. Its like carbon copy but yours is a 14 B and mine is a super 70.
Oh let me know if you dont end up using the E-brake cables, I could use them on the 70 axle I have. I'm putting the axle into a 78 F-250 and my cables got cut when pulled.

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http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f149/...buggy-3693817/
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These were cut too jason :/

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These were cut too jason :/
No big deal, just figured I would ask.

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http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f149/...buggy-3693817/
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We were looking at my axle compared to a friends. His had the drub brakes originally and the disc brake bracketry and bolts are alot bigger on my axle.

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His had the drub brakes originally and the disc brake bracketry and bolts are alot bigger on my axle.
That was kinda my point, the brake flange bolt pattern is huge on the super 70 axle I have and it looks the same like the same set up as the 14 bolt you have.

http://neow.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=104723

Same axles just in case that other link you need to be a memeber to see pics. Bottom of the page.

http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/chevy...l#post13708597

Two piece adjusters, second pic down.
http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/chevy...thread-13.html
Thats a local guy to me that sold the axle as I have and in that thread its confirmed that they are the same style breaks. Now with all that said your still better off with a 14 bolt for a offroad rig. I'm putting a super 70 into my 78 F-250 only caus eit has disc brakes in very shape and is clean axle. The larger pinoin on the 14 bolt is not needed there.

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http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f149/...buggy-3693817/
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Yep, i am glad i got the 14.

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post #58 of 71 Old 05-13-2013, 08:52 AM
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I picked up this axle on Friday, left it in the bed of my truck, then borrowed a hoist so that I could move it into my garage yesterday.

Plans are to gear it to 5.38, disc it, and possibly put an ARB in it and RuffStuff cover. I'm jumping up in tire size from 37" sticky's to 39 stickys".

Anybody want a bling aluminum cover? Oh yea, almost forgot....it came from a mid 90's Chevy 3500.




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Awesome Joe!

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post #60 of 71 Old 05-13-2013, 12:04 PM
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Good deal Joe, hard to tell from the Pic but does it have a 3 cross pin or 4? the 3 would mean a Gov-loc, 4 would be a open or detroit locker.
But its all a moot point as your going with a ARB, just pointing it out so others can see.

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http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f149/...buggy-3693817/
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