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Dynatrac Axles?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by kmodi, Dec 24, 2005.

  1. kmodi

    kmodi Registered Member

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    I was just curious if anybody knows how much a dynatrac high pinion d60 with chromo shafts detroit etc... you know all the goodies costs. You read the mags and the look nice but i bet they cost an arm and a leg.
     
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    I got a quote from them about 1 year ago and without Cromo shafts they wanted almost $4500:eek1: . And they only build balljoint 60s no kingpins for Dynacrap.

    Ira
     
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    You can get a pro rock center section for $1200 then tube it for around $500, put dedenbear knuckles on it so you have king pins $500, although Ive never heard any1 have problems with there ball joints on a pro rock60, lock it with a detrioit $600, CTM shafts and joints $4500, or get cheapies.
     
  4. kmodi

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    Does anybody else make good center sections and tubes?
     
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    Chaddy 1/2 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    Tera 60's are a great alt. to dynatrac.
     
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    i have always liked these high clearance/high pinion ones from currie
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  7. kmodi

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    with this thread i am basically trying to find out if it is worth it to hook my front d60 up with all the goodies hydro assist, etc.... or just buy a new axle, but it seems like buying a whole new axle is far more expensive. so maybe for now I use my d60 and later take all of the goodies i have accumulated and throw them into a new housing.
     
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    Another alternative to Dynatrac is Welderbill't. The number is (916)628-9364. Talk to Bill, the owner.
     
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    iirc, even with an ARB, x-over, and hi-steer, and doing a total rebuild and regear, you're looking at less than $3k for a stocker. f**k dynatrac.
     
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    that is pretty much what i figured. I am looking to sink about 3500 into my front axle, and that is still way cheaper than dyna.
     
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    Got a GM 60 that I will sell you, just need to put in you ARB or locker. It's fully rebuilt. I have a tad over $2k in it. It's my 89 that I drive frequently.
     
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    thanks for the offer, but i have a d60 under my truck, i am just looking to upgrade it
     

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