Toyota's Longfield's goes Chromoly on the D60! Check these out!

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  1. MuddinManny

    MuddinManny Banned

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    Hey Y'all,

    Check this out! 4340 Chromoly D60 35 Spline Axle CV Joints with lifetime guarantees. Bobby Long has outdone himself. His Toyota stuff is the shiznit! Now he's gone Chevy!

    Oh baby, gonna get me some of these! :bow: Check the bottom of the page.

    http://www.longfieldsuperaxles.com/

    What's another $1900.00! Throw another couple of hundred on the fire! Wahoo! :haha:

    Manny
     
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    Holy Crap!!!
     
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    Ran with a rig that had those during Blazer Bash (buggy on 49's). They are bling but $$$.
     
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    That would be Dozer (Noel)
     
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    Man your behind on times, they have been out for like a year:D
     
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    They're priced competitively to similar axle/shaft packages. Price out 4340 shafts, inner and outer, with CTMs. It aint that far off, and Longfield has an awesome guarantee, and an amazing reputation as a vendor.
     
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    Greg72 "Might As Well..." Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Cool product, but I'm not sure why you'd need that much BEEF for a mud truck????

    There's overkill......and then there's BEYOND OVERKILL!!! :)
     
  9. MuddinManny

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    Well, I've often said: "I'm not the fastest train outta the station, but once I get up to steam there's no stoppin' me!"

    Maybe, you'll give me a reprieve since I just got into the Full-Size arena? :D
     
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    Easy!

    BEEF = MUSCLE
    PORK = FAT

    That kinda BEEF, however, is gonna hafta wait till a lil more GREEN comes my way! :D
     
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    the D60 birfs aren't overkill... a Rockwell birf might be though... :grin: Bobby hinted about coming out for something for rockies a while back... be interesting to see if he does anything with it. Superiors + CTMs cost more than Bobbys set up AFAIK... and when the wheels are turned there is no question which one is stronger.

    Straight ahead it might be a close call I suppose, but how often are the front tires not pointed directly forward when actually wheelin'??

    I'm diggin' da birfs. They are sorta like hawse failleads... cool back in the day... then considered junk... now cool again. ;)

    j
     
  12. muddyblzr

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    with the motor hes running plus the tires and weight that truck will have id definetly get something like that. i figure about alloy usa shafts and ctm joints or longfield joints you would be right about the same place.
     

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