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Building dana 44 for ifs removal

Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by steve_97, Mar 10, 2002.

  1. steve_97

    steve_97 Registered Member

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    I am planning on building a dana 44 for my 94 chevy 2500 (six lug) to do an ifs removal, I would like to know if anyone sees anything wrong with the combination of parts i will be using......
    79 F-250 dana 44 housing
    4.88 gears
    detroit true trac????? need a cheap locker
    inner axle shafts from the F-250 housing
    outer axle shafts, knuckles, brakes, hubs etc from a 73 k5
    crossover steering from ORD


    thanx for any info you may have
    steve
    steve_97@hotmail.com

    **stock 94 2500 ext cab TBI 350 5spd 241 t'case 3.73gears
    **73 K5 454 4spd 205 44 and 14 with 5.13's 38's on 10" wheels with 10'' suspension and 3 body, proud to say flexes enough to rub
     
  2. Seventy4Blazer

    Seventy4Blazer 3/4 ton status

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    isnt that left hand drop axle? or are the IFS left hand?
    i dont pay attention to the IFS crap.
    but if it is left hand you fot the right axle and all seems good
    Grant
     
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    ChadH82 1/2 ton status

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  4. steve_97

    steve_97 Registered Member

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    thanks i really apreciate any info i can get, you have any tips or tricks that would be of help?

    steve
     

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