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post #1951 of 7919 Old 07-14-2010, 12:41 PM
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James if I'm not mistaken, as Andy said, older Jeep axles were passenger side drop. Look into that for sure unless you're changing the t-case. (Twin stick 300!!?) and doing some fabwork to boot.


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post #1952 of 7919 Old 07-14-2010, 01:35 PM
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James if I'm not mistaken, as Andy said, older Jeep axles were passenger side drop. Look into that for sure unless you're changing the t-case. (Twin stick 300!!?) and doing some fabwork to boot.
That's a lot to bite off for no reason really, since left side drops are out there a lot too. If it's right side, I'd pass and wait for the the next deal.

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Its a passenger side drop

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Maybe snag the rear and wait for a passenger side drop 44 from a Ford or something. ----I meant driver side drop....

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No, he needs a driver side drop. The axle he found is a pass. Drop. Plus, if he gets too crazy with different "brand" axles they may be different widths.

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No, he needs a driver side drop. The axle he found is a pass. Drop. Plus, if he gets too crazy with different "brand" axles they may be different widths.
...and different wheel bolt patterns...

James; if you're looking and know what you want, you can go to car-part.com and search.

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...and different wheel bolt patterns...

James; if you're looking and know what you want, you can go to car-part.com and search.
Tony P has 1 tons in his back yard. Not sure what they are

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Tony P has 1 tons in his back yard. Not sure what they are
Tony has a Dana 60 Front and a 14 Bolt Rear. Unless you're going to go to 40" tires, I wouldn't even try the 14 bolt, even with it shaved, as you'll be dragging it on every rock and log.

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I tried everything except for a strong magnet that I dont have !!!!
I can not get the c clips off the axles!!!! I actually wasted over 4 hours under the jeep today!
Soooo glad i am not on the trails trying to do this.
Anyone have and hints,tips, tricks,small explosives
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Or if you just want to stop by and lend a hand,,, I have Beer

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Tony has a Dana 60 Front and a 14 Bolt Rear. Unless you're going to go to 40" tires, I wouldn't even try the 14 bolt, even with it shaved, as you'll be dragging it on every rock and log.
Good ing they are damn near bullet proof?! how Much is Tony looking to get for those axles Andy? (you can PM me if you don't want to post the price). I want to do the whole 14/60 on 40's with a stretch...... Maybe in a year or two when it's payed off, but I need to slowly start getting parts.

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I tried everything except for a strong magnet that I dont have !!!!
I can not get the c clips off the axles!!!! I actually wasted over 4 hours under the jeep today!
Soooo glad i am not on the trails trying to do this.
Anyone have and hints,tips, tricks,small explosives
or

Or if you just want to stop by and lend a hand,,, I have Beer
If it isn't solved by tomorrow, I will stop by and lend a hand James! I have a couple [big] rare earth magnets that you could try out too.

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If it isn't solved by tomorrow, I will stop by and lend a hand James! I have a couple [big] rare earth magnets that you could try out too.
Thanks Ken. am going to NJ in the morning and should be home by noon

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I'll PM you my #. Feel free to give me a shout and if you need any tools or anything as well.

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Good ing they are damn near bullet proof?! how Much is Tony looking to get for those axles Andy? (you can PM me if you don't want to post the price). I want to do the whole 14/60 on 40's with a stretch...... Maybe in a year or two when it's payed off, but I need to slowly start getting parts.
I know where there is a rear 60 or 70 with 4.10 I believe LSD and Big *** Drums It has a d60 front according to my uncle, but that is pass drop out of an old Power Wagon that had a 360 (360 sitting there and 318 in the Truck) all ready to be plucked.

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anyone know of places in the newburgh area that road force balances tires?

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