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Got My axel swap done **PICS**

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Corey 78K5, Jun 11, 2003.

  1. Corey 78K5

    Corey 78K5 1 ton status

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    Well I finaly Got those things in. Still got a few things to do, but the basics are done. I still have to refinish the front springs, but I'll wait untill I get zero rates and longer shackels. The rear springs will be replaced with 57's and the rear backing plates and drums will be replaced with discos. Oh and I did all the work Myself from fabing up the rear shock mounts to installing and rebuilding the axels.
     
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    Looks Good! What kind of axle is that?
     
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    Looks good btw why did u change the rear shock mounts?
     
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    mudhog THEGAME Staff Member Super Moderator

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  5. Corey 78K5

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    I suppose Your asking about the front right? It's just a 3/4 D44.
     
  6. Corey 78K5

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    Cause I'm running 9012's. You either have to run them inboard or cut holes in Your floorboards. I dont even think they would mount the stock location if the were collapsed all the way. Those things are long
     
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    tRustyK5 Big meanie Staff Member Super Moderator GMOTM Winner Author

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    Looks good. Gonna be able to wheel that thing this summer?

    My group is overdue for a trip through Mendocino as we talked about waaaay back.
     
  9. Corey 78K5

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    Looks good. Gonna be able to wheel that thing this summer?

    My group is overdue for a trip through Mendocino as we talked about waaaay back.


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    Wow that was a long time ago that We talked about that. Must have been at least two years ago. I'm hopeing like hell to get it going ASAP, but I still need to swap the rear to disc since the brakes are shot and the yoke on My 203 is sloppy as can be. It's all good though cause I have a SM 465/NP203 that I need to put in. So basicly I'm still several hundred dollars from being done. /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     

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