Jeep/Offroad crew, what should I do? (PICS AXLE PICS AXLE PICS AXLE)

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  1. Big_Luke

    Big_Luke serious as dick cancer

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    Thems axles be too big for me to have any idea, soooo...

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    i really hate u! those axles would fit perfect under my K5.. damn u! the 60 front is even a passenger side drop too.. lucky! u better run some 39.5's or bigger just so u have a little ground clearance on your little jeep. what kind of V8 u dropping in? smallblock 350? turbo 350 tranny and a 205 t-case?? one of the best combos right there.. details
     
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    I was looking at them going "WTF.. I don't see anything wrong with them?"

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    [​IMG]:mamoru: :mamoru: :mamoru: :mamoru: :mamoru: :mamoru: 60/14blt + 35's
     
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    its like driving around with 2 boat anchors huh? but they are some bad ass axles.. u can do so many things to a 60 its just nuts. if i had 10k to drop, i'd drop it on 2 custom 60's for the K5..but im a poor white boy that is in the process of getting there :hsd:
     
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    Why run 60s with 35s? :hsughno:
     
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    good job killing your diff ground clearence. :dunno: That's a while lot of axle.
     
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    :hs: I've been looking at options for where i wanna go with wheeling.

    :wiggle: :wiggle: I got a bad ass idea I'm gona run with.





    Street legal + 454 + 35s = what would hold up?
     
  10. FUBU

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    Man you have to run at least a 37" tire on a 14 bolt otherwise you'll drag that fucker on everything even if you shave it. :hs:
     
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    Even shaved that things an anchor. Modify your style to include more gas, less care for crunching metal sounds.
     
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    ol english?
     
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    Dana 44 rear axle COT: 1100 MOT: 4460
     
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    with the big block it just wouldnt be happy.
     
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    400ft.lbs x 5.61 first x 3.77 x 4.11 gears = 34,770 lb-ft of torque in the axle shafts.

    In a perfect frictionless world.
     
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    sorry for not following up on this thread. I'm going to run a fuel injected 5.2 with a NP435 to a Dana 300.

    There will be at least 39 inchs of tire so clearence is not a problem.
     

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