|October 15th, 2008, 04:37 PM||#1|
HP Ford D44 Narrow, explorer 31 spline 8.8 to match
1977 F150 High Pinion D44 6"s shaved from pass side to match EB axle shaft length
Wedges removed and currently has leaf spring perches welded on (not the cast on wedges)
4.88 Gears ($150)
Using the full time lock-outs (not selectable)
Yukon Chrome moly axleshaft on the right side with a 5-760x ujoint ($165), drivers side stock, stubs are Ford not chevy
1975 chevy flat top knuckles...Pass milled, drilled, studed for hi steer, chevy calipers, caliper bracket
(related parts over $200)
Koz Hi-Steer Arms for chevy 1 ton tie rods ($130) (Tie Rods not included)
Ford Rotor/hub 5x5.5 lug pattern ($50)
Ball Joints are tight and good, i have the rotors/hubs off right now getting a good bearing repack and resurface on the rotors. Might need new axle seals, i think their might have been one seeping a very small amount of fluid.
31 Spline Explorer 8.8 ($100)
Spiders welded to carrier (was open carrier, been running this for over 4 years on/off pavement)
Disc Brakes ($100) no parking brake set-up on the axle currently, brake hoses in fair
condition and included
Axle Tubes welded to diff housing
Solid Diff Cover ($110)
1.25" lug adapters going from 5x4.5 to 5x5.5.....matches width of front axle ($100)
Spring perches and shock mounts currently set-up for a SOA on the rear of an Explorer
Located in Middleville, still under truck
Pair $700 or i will install a good set of stock knuckles and brakes and then the pair would be $600 and i'll keep the hi-steer components
Perfect for a YJ-Drivers Drop and hi-steer done.
discs on rear with lug adapters
veiw of drivers side knuckle
Basically after i reassemble the hubs/rotors this will be ready to rock. Just install your brackets and bolt it in.
Last edited by CheapThrillB2; April 22nd, 2009 at 06:46 PM.
|October 22nd, 2008, 08:41 PM||#11|