I got my new axles, D44/14Bff 4.56's W/ front and rear Detroits /forums/images/graemlins/eek.gif. Not only did I get a deal I got a smoking deal, I traded my my 10B/12B with 3.08's, my 33x12.50/15 thornturds, my cheap aluminum wheels and $200 for his axles, 33x12.50/16.5 off brand mud tires with good tread and chrome wagon wheels. going from 3.08's with 33' to 4.56' is like night and day. I love it, I can't wait to get some real wheeling in now. /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif Swapping axles between two vehicles is the most work I have had to do in a long time. Here is what I learned while doing my swap. 1. even if you are a cheap ass, listen to your friends and buy new u-bolts before you start, 2 trips to town, $37 and 4 custom bent u-bolts later, I have learned my lesson. 2. Just because the guy who owns the axles says he has everyhing you need, go to his house before you get there and figure out you will be laying in the dirt to do this swap. 3. Axle swaps are not like school studies, you can't pull an all nighter. 4. You would be surprised how high you can lift a /forums/images/graemlins/k5.gif with an engine hoist hooked to the bumper. 5. Drop lights are mis-named, you drop them they quit working /forums/images/graemlins/thinking.gif 6. A set of 12B u-bolts will fit a 14Bff, but by the time you get them spread far enough they won't fit the spring plate. 7. Four wheel parts idiots are just that IDIOTS and they don't stock U-bolts. /forums/images/graemlins/deal.gif 8. 33's and 4.56's translate out to speedo 80 mph, actual speed 45 mph and one pissed wife that you left in the dust due to speedo being pegged./forums/images/graemlins/rolleyes.gif I am sure there is more but I have slept 3 hours out of the last 48. So did I get a deal or the big green willy?