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New axle source?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 79k20350, Oct 13, 2005.

  1. 79k20350

    79k20350 3/4 ton status

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    So wandering around the job site i was on today and i cam across something that i never would have guessed, a new scource for dana 60 front and rear axles! On a hyrdaulic siccors lift w/ offroad tires. there about 65+" wide, the rear is a full floater, the front has kingpins and full hydraulic steering. 8 lug, the front is a center mounted diff. i only wonder what kind of ratio they have, i know its real low, these things are meant to crawl. their in awsome shape too, man was i drooling. Just thought id share. The one thing i didnt check though was brakes, im sure it wouldnt be hard to do though.
     
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    Cool, get some pics
     
  3. 79k20350

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    ill try and remember my camera tomorrow. ok now thinking about it, they should be 60's being 8 lug and having kingpins. but the tubes looked small, and i didnt see a 60 on the diff housing, the size might have been 44, but that doesnt make sense being kingpin, full floating and a 44
     
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    Are you talking about the Genie lifts? Telescoping snorkle?
     
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    im talking about jlg rough terrain lifts
     

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