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Goatz
11-07-2003, 07:00 AM
I JUST FOUND THESE AT JAMESDUFF.COM I THINK I AM GOING TO GET THESE
SO I CAN DO A DANA 60 FRANT AXLE SWAP AND STILL RUN THE STOCK COIL SETUP AND RADIUS ARMS



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87 ranger with full interior roll cage on 38 tsl's on the outside but 79 bronco at heart

richsworkshop
11-07-2003, 02:43 PM
Make sure you find a 78-79 Dana 60 Front end.... might be hard to fit them on anything else because of the offset of the pumpkin...

They are cool though. I found those just after I had a set of wedges off a D44 turned to fit the D60 tube.... DOH!:(

Rich [}:)] (aka Stax)
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boyzen
11-07-2003, 04:48 PM
That is very sweet i have done the dana 44 cuting and grinding . it took many hours and it still wasnt perfect if only i knew, crap.the dana 60 you want would be 78 79 model the newer ones can also work but is tight on the pumpkin side.

Speed kills buy a chev!

Goatz
11-07-2003, 06:35 PM
i know now i just need money...heheh

87 ranger with full interior roll cage on 38 tsl's on the outside but 79 bronco at heart

u2slow
11-08-2003, 12:02 PM
quote:Originally posted by boyzen

the newer ones can also work but is tight on the pumpkin side.


Considering many 86-up F350's have problems with big tires rubbing the springs, I'd hate to imagine the radius-arm/tire interference with the wedges mounted on the short section of tube *outboard* of the leaf spring perch.

Broncoo
11-08-2003, 04:25 PM
iv'e known about them things for a few years

richsworkshop
11-08-2003, 09:16 PM
quote:Originally posted by u2slow

quote:Originally posted by boyzen

the newer ones can also work but is tight on the pumpkin side.


Considering many 86-up F350's have problems with big tires rubbing the springs, I'd hate to imagine the radius-arm/tire interference with the wedges mounted on the short section of tube *outboard* of the leaf spring perch.




Mmmmm........

You can always make offset/extended radius arms too...........[7]

Rich [}:)] (aka Stax)
"It's ALL GOOD!"

TTC 2003
Been there... done that... waiting for the video!
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boyzen
11-09-2003, 09:47 AM
Its not that bad because the radius arms taper into the frame, actually 40's and up are better with the right offset.

Shit always happens