Call this BS... <a target="_blank" href=http://coloradok5.com/gallery/albuo19/abk?full=1>14 Bolt Front Axle!</a>/forums/images/icons/shocked.gif/forums/images/icons/smile.gif I was in disbelief when i saw it too. Some of us have talked about 12 bolt fronts and 14 bolts fronts but i've never seen a pic of a "real one". A buddy of mine that was taking auto classes with me was trying to build one for his Jeep. I told him after he did it and got the bugs figured out i'd buy one if he built it for me./forums/images/icons/laugh.gif Seriously though, I was thinking how cool would that be to have a custom 14 bolt front axle... You know that people would be doing a double take and coming over to ask you questions about it. It seems like there's only two ways about it either somehow having a place press new axle tubes into the center housing with the passanger side tube shorter and the drivers side longer etc. which would be a pain, Or somehow re mount the T-case so both front and rear output shafts would be centered... (Which it looks like this guy did... just leave the axle tubes alone keeping the center housing centered and get the t-case output to be centered horizontally for the front and rear outputs.) Only thing i can think of is clearance issues if you could rotate the t-case that way... then it seems like it would hang really low. Lower than normal... And moving the rear crossmember so the t case could hang down lower would probally be required. Seems like it would be too low even with a skid plate. I'm want to look into this now and go talk to the place that was going to help my friend with his 14 bolt front he was attempting to make. Anyone think of a way to make it possible?