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Old August 27th, 2007, 05:35 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Blackjackbender View Post
i would run a divorced case. would make the whole trans/tcase thing a hell of a lot easier.
I dont think the later model 4x4 trucks had divorced cases. The you'd have a bunch of money in dealing with driveshafts if you went with something like a 205, plus custom mounting.
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It's not too bad of a swap, the frames aren't terribly different. You just have to cut out all your old shit, mount the pivot drop bracts where the stock 2wd ones were, and weld/drill bolt up the leaf spring mounts... or if you wanted 3" of additional lift, you could always use the shackle rev kit for the front mounts and just weld on the rear mounts.
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