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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by GotLabs, Mar 19, 2006.
What are 1 1/4 ton axles?
1 1/4 ton axles?
I am going to ask a bunch of questions and see what he says. I will update when I get the responce.
fixed it for ya.
Military M1008's were refered to as 1 1/4 tons so that is probably why he said that.
ah, that ever-popular FRONT gov-lok...
Didn't 1 1/4 tons all have front and rear lockers?? I know it's not called a gov-lok, but it's still a locker either way.
Nope, all had rear Detroits, however the fronts being locked depended on what model it was ie regular M1008 didnt have locked fronts but others like the M1028 did, I believe it was a Trak-Lock...
i dunno ... looks like a pretty nice ride for 2500.
no need to hate.
The truck looks fine, but his inability to spell, use punctuation, or accurately describe the truck makes me wonder who the idiot really is?
The 0 feedback is just soooo inviting.....
I'm betting this truck is not nearly as "new" as he's describing it....
wow, just noticed that truck is pretty local to me....
Yeah, I like the wheels...............
Sounds like a sneeky way to slip in a D44 front/ D60 rear combo from an M880 Dodge-they were also 1 1/4 ton & the Dodge D44 used the 3 ubolt 2 stud combo of a GM D60.
Then again, he could just be a dumb ass.
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