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Warn Rear full floater Kit

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by blazer72, Apr 27, 2000.

  1. blazer72

    blazer72 1/2 ton status

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    Has any one seen this kit yet for the 10 bolt or the 12 bolt rear axel!
     
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    Contact Stephen Watson at Offroad Desings in CO. He has one on the 12 bolt rear end of his K-5 and has also done one on Project Stinky from Fourwheeler, it was a 10 bolt. I myself am torn between this and a set of Moser axle shafts.

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    I called four wheel parts wholesale and they quoted it at over 700$ for my k5..they said they didnt have a listing for 10 bolt rear axels...but warn said they do have it.
     
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    Check out the May 2000 issue of Four Wheeler magazine. They install the Warn Full-Float on a GM 10-Bolt. The article is on page 124.
     
  5. blazer72

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    having the first tranfer case doubler behind a NV4500 in an early k5 Steve and I are ord are good friends at this point:). I have talked to him in depth about this and have a kit on order from him at this time. I missed article on it and have yet to find it at this time! In the pasted, I found that get parts from places like ORD is a better bet than From the large places, as the smaller ones stand behind what they sell easyer, the large places look for any out they can at times it seems. '
    I under stand that it turn the 12 bolt in to some thing much like a dana 60. Though Steve did say that even though you can use lockout on the rear hubs that the drive slugs work better. I dont think I would do it to a 10 bolt though.
     

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