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PICS of ORD Products Installed

Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by donimator, Feb 25, 2002.

  1. donimator

    donimator 1/2 ton status

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    Me and Jon (bigredblazer) installed my Dana 60 on Sunday. I took pics of the entire process. You can see my ORD parts. shackles, 0-rates, and D60 Crossover Steering Setup. [​IMG]
    These are great products and installed very easy. I recomend all of these products to anybody. Keep up the great work Stephen!!
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    What brand are those front u-bolts you have under there?



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  3. donimator

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    They are Superlift Ubolts. They came with all three ubolts and the 2 studs for the right side.

    73 3/4 ton Chevy. 383 stroker, TH350, NP 205, 14bolt FF(Detroit), Dana 60 (open),6in. lift, 36x 14.5 super swampers
     
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    Got a part number for the front u-bolt kit? I want to make sure it's the same as what is shown in my old catalog. [​IMG]



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  5. ChadH82

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    Did you have any problems getting the U-bolts back in with the axle moved foward?

    Chad
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    Superlift Part # 3418. I ordered them through Jon (bigredblazer). He works at FWP in Lynwood WA. He got them at a little better price for me. About $30 shipped.

    The spring plates have to be drilled to accept the offset. I just drilled a 1in hole about 1 in behind the original hole in the spring plate. The the centering pin falls into the new hole and the spring plate is centerd on the axel again.

    73 3/4 ton Chevy. 383 stroker, TH350, NP 205, 14bolt FF(Detroit), Dana 60 (open),6in. lift, 36x 14.5 super swampers
     
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    Drilling the holes was the hardest part of the whole operation! Everything else went right together! I wonder if half the people I refer to Stephen, call? If they don't they are missing out on some great products! I know Don likes them, and I've had my ORD products for over two years, and never had a problem!! Great products!!

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    My spring plates on my D60 don't have a definite hole. Any ideas what I could do for them or do I have to make new plates?

    Chad
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    You should be able to drill a hole for the pin in the appropirate location. Just put in the blocks, and measue the spot where the plate needs to be drilled for the pin on the top of the spring.

    73 3/4 ton Chevy. 383 stroker, TH350, NP 205, 14bolt FF(Detroit), Dana 60 (open),6in. lift, 36x 14.5 super swampers
     

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