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So il start off with the store....simple I wanted a early bronco and my old man wanted a jeep...so I ended up with a 1995 jeep yj, So after lots of swearing and bitching after the weak dana30 and dana35 axles I decided that I was gona do a axle swap. While my old man is overseas.
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-My first option was a set of early bronco axle with the arms and somehow retro fit the bronco dana44 front suspension setup with the arms to the jeep with the rear being the 9inch.(I gus this would be wicked setup if it work) <o></o>
-My second option is a set of 1968 f250 axles with closed knuckles with a matching rearend. <o></o>
So what’s the best? Should I use the early bronco axles or the f250 closed knuckles? Or try to find another setup….
i intend on running 38inch tires that have 15 inch rims so am looking for a setup that is able to use 15ich rims so i dont have to get rid of my tires.
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