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Old May 16th, 2011, 01:47 PM   #21
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running a spool insted of arb`s crossed my mind.but i like the option to be able to turn.
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Old May 16th, 2011, 02:12 PM   #22
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We carry the Warn lockouts and the Yukon Hardcore drive flanges. All are around the same price, the least expensive being 35 spl Yukon flanges at $222 for the pair.

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Old May 16th, 2011, 02:15 PM   #23
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Drive flanges all the way!!!!
Good 35 spline inners and outers.
Do not play on tire obsticles.
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Drive flanges all the way!!!!
Good 35 spline inners and outers.
Do not play on tire obsticles.
tires=bad
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Drive flanges all the way!!!!
Good 35 spline inners and outers.
Do not play on tire obsticles.
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Old May 16th, 2011, 03:43 PM   #27
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I would go with the drive flange. I broke two lock outs last year. and the last trip I went on three of us broke a lock out. but I had my flanges for back up.
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Its going to run me about $3k to do mine. Spools pirches gears and bearings, king pins histeer but im not including wheels and tires.
so add 2-3k for tire/wheels and whatever $ if you were to go coils and tada...not cheap (pretty close to 7k), but worth it

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I'm running very good lockouts, because I want the weak link to be the easiest to fix.
Very very true. If you fix a weak link you're definitely are going to expose the next weakest link and the chances of breaking a flange are about zero before you snap a shaft. But, you should be able to go quite a while before you snap a 35 spline shaft...hopefully.
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so add 2-3k for tire/wheels and whatever $ if you were to go coils and tada...not cheap (pretty close to 7k), but worth it

Very very true. If you fix a weak link you're definitely are going to expose the next weakest link and the chances of breaking a flange are about zero before you snap a shaft. But, you should be able to go quite a while before you snap a 35 spline shaft...hopefully.
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looks like im ordering a set of yukon drive flanges and yukon 35 spline outters.where do i go or who do i call to have a custom length long shaft made.Im not having much luck with google on it.Thanks for all the advise
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I run Mosers without issue, but somehow I've been making 30 spliner outers and stock Ford lockouts work.

I'd call Branik. They cut custom length Superiors, may do others as well.
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looks like im ordering a set of yukon drive flanges and yukon 35 spline outters.where do i go or who do i call to have a custom length long shaft made.Im not having much luck with google on it.Thanks for all the advise
call gordan at rocksolid.he can custom make you any size and he is in mi. www.rocksolidperformance.com
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I'm running very good lockouts, because I want the weak link to be the easiest to fix.

x2 and carry a set of flanges as a trail replacement
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I run Mosers without issue, but somehow I've been making 30 spliner outers and stock Ford lockouts work.

I'd call Branik. They cut custom length Superiors, may do others as well.
Been wheeling with it lately?
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just placed the order for the 35 spline drive flanges,35 spline outters,the short side inner 35 spline shaft.they should go well with the spicer u joints till i can get some cmt`s.now i just have to get ahold of rock solid with some measurements for my long shaft. Everytime I order something its a grand wtf. my only question now is what am i gonna break.with all this heavy duty stuff im guessing whatever breaks is gonna make one hell of a bang
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what you running for a tcase? didn't you say a 231? that is what you will break.
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Yes I am running a 231.But the plans are to put a 6.0 in it this winter with a atlas.but with the money the 60`s have cost me it may be limped till next winter.
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