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Discussion in 'Southeast Region' started by steve_kibbe, Oct 26, 2006.
I would prefere 6 lug with 3.73's or 4.10's
What ya got??
Heading back out to pick n pull tomorrow. I'll let you know if I see another one.
I just got a SF with 3.73's and 6 lug. Too bad I'm in Colorado, I don't need it anymore and no one seems to want it.
how much for the axles and gears just in case I fing a housing
Would you mind looking for a 14bff pinion yoke for me while you are at it? Let me know how much. Would greatly appreciate it.
How about a set of one tons Steve?
i have a housing.
I'd take 4.10's too
Why not? Would this not be a good substitute for a 12 bolt? Or is it not that much stronger?
Its stronger, larger shafts, larger ring and pinion but still uses the c-clip axle shafts vs. the full floaters.
Why not just toss a 14ff in there and run adaptors?
Too easy John... how much are the adapters??
I was also thinking about ground clearance.
Steve sent ya a pm
I have a 14bff with 4.10's in my gmc I've thought about stealing, but its still 8 lug.
Where can I get a 8 to 6 lug spacer/adapter?
Oh yea, I shaved it already
you could prolly 8 lug your front for close to what adapters would cost...
I have a 8 lug front 10 bolt from the same truck...but I would need tires and wheels, which I already have 6 lug stuff....
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