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12'in suspenshion lift on k5 blazer and he wont belive me

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by chevyk5blazer666, Jul 10, 2005.

  1. chevyk5blazer666

    chevyk5blazer666 Registered Member

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    ok i have a queston my best friend has a blazer with a 12 in suspenshion lift in it .with 44 and he has fixed yokes on the transfer case, and he only has 4.11 gears and i told him that he should change them b/c he is going to mess up his trany (u kno like premuture cluch ware) he has the 700r4. and he dosent belive me . o yah and he haz 10 bolt axel's and a 305 ,i just laghft at him. he dosent wanna belive me about anything .but i just wanna see if i waz right about the tranz. any answer's??? and i know that thing is gonna go threu Ujoints like every 7 miles .or am i being stupid
     
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  2. original balzer

    original balzer 1/2 ton status

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    first of all learn to spell, we dont do ebonics, second and to answer your question your wrong the fixed yokes are better but i would highly sugest the spring peches be rotated on the back axles and the knuckles turned on the front and the addition of CV's

    balzer
     
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    :haha: :haha: :haha:

    [Dave chapell]/-"Cold blooded"-/[Dave chapell]
     
  4. chevyk5blazer666

    chevyk5blazer666 Registered Member

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    lol yah sorry i cant spell for ****. but i just wanted to know about the trany
     
  5. royjones

    royjones Trucker upper Premium Member

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    :haha: GIT R DONE :haha:
     
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    On today's date, the English language was confirmed missing in action in this thread. Any information would be appreciated..................... :D
     
  7. chevyk5blazer666

    chevyk5blazer666 Registered Member

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    just trying to get an answer, and not the yokes the rear gears
     
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    I'm glad you tried to edit this post because I would hate to try to read the 1st one :haha:

    It might be easier for you to get a answer to your post if you would use some periods or commas or something.. It is just one big run on of words that is hard to figure out what it is your asking..

    This will help you with what you want to know.. Click this link http://www.hop.com/
     
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    So you have warned him that 44's + 4.10's + 10 bolts + auto trannys don't mix and he didn't heed the warning. Give it time and a big "TOLD YA SO" when the time comes.
     
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    wow i got a real reply
     
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    royjones Trucker upper Premium Member

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    HOW do you get in a truck with 12 lift step latt :haha: er
     
  12. chevyk5blazer666

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    :crazy: he jumps on the tire then in the dore. it is really funny seeing him trying 2 open the dore :wink1:
     
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    grab yourself a bicycle. line up at a stop sign with him.. and race him.. then he'll understand.
     
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    i think i could just jog and win
     
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    Can we watch the profanity and name calling here? :rolleyes:

    Rene
     
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    A 44" tire and 4.10 gears will cause more stress on the transmission, yes. The engine will need to work harder to turn those tires...which translates into a harder working trans. You are correct in all of your allegations and should also advise said friend about premature ball joint failure.

    This whole thing has disaster written across it, please flog your friend about the face and neck then sell me the 44's unless they are a Ground Hawg's you can throw them in the river.
     
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    44" hawgs would probably be 40-42ish... Id take them :saweet:


    so you must hate hawgs and h2's ehhh :haha:
     
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    Just go wheeling with him, and don't take a tow rope. See what happens. Have a good escape route when things start flying apart. :D
     
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    We're quite the helpful bunch... he asks a questions and we just make fun of his spelling! My turn... "dore" is actually spelt "Door". But as for your real question... yes, he needs lower gears (numerically higher), yes... he needs a better engine... well not really needs it but 305's don't tend to be the ballsiest engines ever, and yes, he will blow his tranny and his axles. Tell him he's better off buying some one ton axels with 5.13's or something around there.
     

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