I read this in Oct 02 Four Wheeler and got to wondering how this was possible... "The front axle uses a two-piece housing to the left of the pumpkin that rotates inside of itself. The stock 10-bolt knuckles were removed and replaced with D60 front knuckles in order to utilize D60 inner axles, 35-spline outer axles and D60 hubs." My question is how did the D60 inner axles fit inside the 10-bolt housing? I thought the D60 inner axles were bigger than the 10-bolt inner axles so did he have to find replacement bearings that would fit inside the 10-bolt housing and accept the D60 inner axles? Also, I thought the spline counts were different between the D60 and 10-bolt where they go into the carrier? What do you guys think?