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anybody ever seen rear diffs like this

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by chrisb420, Dec 3, 2005.

  1. chrisb420

    chrisb420 1/2 ton status

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    Not too sure If I like how thats done. But hey it works for him I guess. I shure wouldn't depend on it though. Ive seen it done with a transfercase before, and I think thats what the dood was going for.
     
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    looks like he put a sprocket on the driveshaft, has a chain running from it to above the diff to another driveshaft, which goes to the 2nd diff. crazy
     
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    yeah i looked at that this morning and was just thinking that looked mighty scary
     
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    there just standard 8.25" chrysler diffs too. even crazier than that, look at the suspension setup :eek1:
     
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    looks pretty shady
     
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    I saw a 6x6 last summer that had a modified NP206 mounted to the front rear axle pinion w/ a 2nd shaft running the rear rear axle. Surfed around a little bit at the time and found that there was a kit to do that. Not sure if it is still available, but it was interesting.
     
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    No those are the stock 9.25" rear ends.... The 8.25s are more round with a flat bottom than the 9.25"..
     
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    wow say billy bob redneck man that is super shady at least do somethign right that is just wrong
     

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