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Old 07-25-2016, 01:49 PM
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I'm trying to decide between putting the cab from my 95 f150 2wd on my 94 f150 4x4 or doing a 4x4 conversion on the 95. I've read in several places the TTB will bolt right up to the radius arm brackets and pivot brackets but I've also read they won't, so I'm asking anyone who's done the swap will the TTB actually bolt right up to the factory points for the I-beams or would it be easier for me to just swap the cabs?
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I've done it. Everything is a direct bolt-in. No fab required.
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I've done it. Everything is a direct bolt-in. No fab required.
Awesome thanks! Even the radius arm brackets are in the same spot?
And do you have any tips? I hope to have the d44 in this weekend and once I find a good rear drive shaft put the transmission and t case in
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I'm new on here but I need help I got a 1991 f350 singal cab dually 2wd stripped chassie 10ft bed with the 7.5l aan a c4 aod automatic I believe in it and I bought it as a boom truck with no transmission in it and now I removed boom and utility body and all lines and gas tanks and it has the Dana 70 in the rear and I have a 94 Bronco that was wroled in an accident and all is good on it has a 351w and a aod trans I took them out and I want to put the ttb setup under my f350 but it's 5 lug so will it fit and could I change the axles in it to 8 lug and I have a 7.3 turbo and an s92 c6 transmission for it and I'm gonna put a flat bed on it and I'm not shure if the rear would work so same problem but bigger truck and the bronco is a d50 I believe
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I'm new on here but I need help I got a 1991 f350 singal cab dually 2wd stripped chassie 10ft bed with the 7.5l aan a c4 aod automatic I believe in it and I bought it as a boom truck with no transmission in it and now I removed boom and utility body and all lines and gas tanks and it has the Dana 70 in the rear and I have a 94 Bronco that was wroled in an accident and all is good on it has a 351w and a aod trans I took them out and I want to put the ttb setup under my f350 but it's 5 lug so will it fit and could I change the axles in it to 8 lug and I have a 7.3 turbo and an s92 c6 transmission for it and I'm gonna put a flat bed on it and I'm not shure if the rear would work so same problem but bigger truck and the bronco is a d50 I believe
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I'm new on here but I need help I got a 1991 f350 singal cab dually 2wd stripped chassie 10ft bed with the 7.5l aan a c4 aod automatic I believe in it and I bought it as a boom truck with no transmission in it and now I removed boom and utility body and all lines and gas tanks and it has the Dana 70 in the rear and I have a 94 Bronco that was wroled in an accident and all is good on it has a 351w and a aod trans I took them out and I want to put the ttb setup under my f350 but it's 5 lug so will it fit and could I change the axles in it to 8 lug and I have a 7.3 turbo and an s92 c6 transmission for it and I'm gonna put a flat bed on it and I'm not shure if the rear would work so same problem but bigger truck and the bronco is a d50 I believe
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Yikes, man!! You need your own thread and a plan. I'm not entirely sure what you want to do, but the bronco has a D44 and the trans from the Bronco will not fit a 460 or a diesel.
I don't believe the D44 TTB will fit in place of the 1 ton TIB.
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I'm new on here but I need help I got a 1991 f350 singal cab dually 2wd stripped chassie 10ft bed with the 7.5l aan a c4 aod automatic I believe in it and I bought it as a boom truck with no transmission in it and now I removed boom and utility body and all lines and gas tanks and it has the Dana 70 in the rear and I have a 94 Bronco that was wroled in an accident and all is good on it has a 351w and a aod trans I took them out and I want to put the ttb setup under my f350 but it's 5 lug so will it fit and could I change the axles in it to 8 lug and I have a 7.3 turbo and an s92 c6 transmission for it and I'm gonna put a flat bed on it and I'm not shure if the rear would work so same problem but bigger truck and the bronco is a d50 I believe
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