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Dana 60 And Other Stuff Needed

Discussion in 'Parts & Trucks Wanted' started by senciman, Dec 12, 2004.

  1. senciman

    senciman Registered Member

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    D60 Frt Axle, King Pin, Full Width, High Pinyon
    42x17x15.5 Swampers Or Similar
    Winch-9k And Up
    Hope Someone Out There Can Help Me Out,
    Thanks
    Tony
     
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    BurbLover 1/2 ton status

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    Not too familier with this size.
     
  3. senciman

    senciman Registered Member

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    anything close to it will work, i just have a 17 wheel and i need them roughly 42" tall i dont care about the width as long as its wider than13.5. is that clear enough for ya, or do i need to show you with a tape, i dont live in the magazines so the excact size that the tire builders offer is no concern, 13.5 is a little to narrow and 15.5 is all i really have seen in that height
    so BACK OFF.......
     
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    jac6695 1/2 ton status

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    Dude, I think that Mark was trying to help you clarify so that maybe someone can help you out. Maybe you are the one that needs to back off....
     
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    nvrenuf NONE shall pass! Premium Member

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    Maybe you should back off and take some time to learn about what you're looking for. You wont get much help on the net with that attitude. :surepal: :shame: :whistle:
     
  6. senciman

    senciman Registered Member

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    marks an allright guy, maybe you didnt catch the humor in the back off statement, hmm. anyways i had a couple of other posts going and the same kind of remarks on those post by burblover, so i was simply letting him know im not here to be contantly flamed on each and every post i put up, as a matter a fact i told mark in the past i would help him get his new landscape co off the ground and talked him out of being a lawn maintenance guy, so maybe your jumping the gun a little, as far as knowing each and every tire size im to busy running four companies to be reading all the magazines,
    maybe ill clarify for you i need a tire size close to the dims. listed, the wheel has to be a 17" , ok-cool
    tony
     
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    clarkjw24 1/2 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    The whole tire size deal was strange because of the 15.5. Usually the rim size is the last number in the sequence. Example 285/75/16 (16" rim) or 42x15x16.5(16.5" rim)
     
  8. senciman

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    ooohhh, i gotcha, my mistake
    today i was searching and they were listed like this14x39.5x15 on the swamper site and i thought that was strange
     
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    That is a ford front axle. It was only made for two years 78-79. They are rare to find anymore. The 17" wheels will limit you to IROK's for tires if you want something wider than 12" and taller than 38"

    Just a little info.
     
  11. senciman

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    not to mention the cost of those bad boys (axles), as far as the tires i may have to change the wheels to accomplish what im trying too, the iroks were on a buggy yesterday and i wasnt impressed but it was wet and a little muddy
    thanks,
    tony
     
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