Ok I have seen, and heard of it. Not sure if its far fetched or real. Is there any way to run a 38" to 40" tire with those axles. I am a very experienced welder and now where I can get both those axles already lincoln locked with one pieces in the 20. The rig they go under will be making lots of hp. What could I do to run these on a true rock rig?? If it TOTALLY cant be done give me reasons why??
I don't know how much HP you're talking, but my 20 held up to quite a bit in the sand. We've ran stock 30's in the sand with a lot of HP as well. But, this is in the sand. Probably nowhere near the abuse rocks will put them through.
434 pump gas SBC with an NX/HVH plate system
th350/Coan 5,000 converter/Dana 300 tcase
Dana 30 front with 4.56's/Dana 44 rear with 4.88's
You could do it, probably for a few seconds, but you could do it.... Understand that it would be a waste of time, effort and parts.
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I think Jeephammer lauches and totes on a 20 so I would like to here his thoughts, I believe the ring gear is like 9.75. The axles, case and tubes I hear are the weak links in a 20. The 30 however is like a GM 10 bolt used in the S-10s.
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