Discussion in 'The Garage' started by hi pinion, Feb 11, 2005.
Post pics of your 14ff rears , and your 14sf rears please, i just want to see. The diff
Here's my 14 bolt FF with one of those Ebay covers...
looks good, i should really know the difference by now, but i cant remember whats the difference in the the 2 as far as the housings etc,,,,sf and ff
Youll like mine Jake, now DONT FORGET!!! lol. the SF looks more liek an egg.
heres my old sf
Clicky ---> http://www.coloradok5.com/axleguide.shtml
And here is my rear end
The 14SF coming out...
And the 14FF going in...
I WIN.... i got both in one picture.
Less time in the lounge, and more time in the garage and you'd know this...
'77 K5, Warn M8000, 402/350/203, 44/14bff, 4"/36" Irok's
Here is my 14B FF back when it was shiny
You need one of these....
and one of these...
...and then you're done.
heres some of me shaving my 14ff
A hanging shock? HAHA
Ya got that right,i was in there for a whole year !!! Its easy to get caught up in there ,,,yeah,,, i decided to go 3/4 ton after i get the motor all dialed in the way i want it.Ive made some expensive mistakes in the past,,,ie=hi pinion axles, etc,,,For what im doing with the truck, family weeknd mild trails etc, 3/4 ton should be fine. A 60 can be added at a later date. I just wanted to get it SOMETHING done, a little bit quicker that the pace that ive been on. The whole plan i used to have basically just got re-designed,due to financial reasons. Dont get me wrong, a dynatrack hi pinion is something i would love to have,but ,all of these things cost big bucks . Thanks for the pics guys!!!!
If you really want a HP, dont waste it on a Dynatrac. You can get one done for around 300-400 bucks, where I got my front built, and thats setting the pinion and caster!
I love sawzalls.
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