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  1. xdevdogx
    08-07-2011 09:35 AM - permalink
    xdevdogx
    Hey Brad, I've read a lot of your posts, it seems you know what you are talking about. Being an ASE mechanic myself, I'm hoping you can help me out real quick. I havent worked on fords in a while, but I have a 97 F350, and I need to get the front axle shafts out. Do you know if there are c-clips holding them in? Also, does the pinion have to be removed in order to get the clips out if there are any? Thanks, Larry
  2. Fordzilla80
    08-02-2011 08:06 PM - permalink
    Fordzilla80
    Hey Brad, your sig says your Ranger is an SCLB. Unfortunately they never offered that combo. lol.
  3. blacklab1
    07-24-2011 09:10 AM - permalink
    blacklab1
    Can I bother ya for some more help. I've got the rear diff in and bolted up but i'mm wat to high so i'm gonna drop it again and use the 2 inch blocks. What i can't figure out is why it is so much higher with the 4 3/8 f350 blocks. I didn't measure before I started this process. Do you see any problem useing the 2 inch stock blocks?
    Another problem is I have soft brakes and very little pressure at the rear wheels.
    I've bled the brakes including the rab valve. Is there a proper way to bleed the rab valve?
  4. blacklab1
    07-11-2011 08:36 PM - permalink
    blacklab1
    Thanks for the reply, I lost it somewhere in computer land. Is the yoke available as parts store item? The truck I got the diffs from has been crushed with the tcase.
  5. blacklab1
    07-11-2011 08:57 AM - permalink
    blacklab1
    well I got the dana 60 in and buttoned up, drives great, I now realize how wiped the old TTB was. The only problem is I don't have a front driveshaft that works.
    My orriginal shaft seems to be too long I can get it in but there is little clearence between the shaft and the crossmember. I got one from the guy I got the diffs from that has the Cardsen joint but it doesn't fit to the yoke on my transfer case or the one he says came out of the 350 donor. I don't have access to a 350 to see what I'm supposed to have, any idea where i can find a pic of what a 350 shaft looks like.
    Or any suggestions as to how to make what I have work?
  6. blacklab1
    07-08-2011 09:12 PM - permalink
    blacklab1
    Hope I'm not being a pest, I'm well into tearing out the TTB front end.
    Rust is a wonderful thing.
    Question of the day is, do I need to use the pitman arm from the 350?
  7. USMC0351fordtruckin
    05-01-2011 03:45 PM - permalink
    USMC0351fordtruckin
    hey we were talking about 4x4 dually's b4 check these out:\
    Ford : F-350 | eBay

    Ford : F-350 | eBay
  8. USMC0351fordtruckin
    04-17-2011 11:50 AM - permalink
    USMC0351fordtruckin
    hi, i posted a tread with this question but no answer i thinking u might know so here goes can tell me differences in the 1356, 4406, 4407 transfer cases. which 1 has the highest 4H and the lowest 4L??? which 1 is more rugged???
  9. DKeller
    03-12-2011 10:11 AM - permalink
    DKeller
    Do you have the complete dash? I am doing the interior my way with custom seats and such.
  10. fordboy5894
    03-03-2011 01:48 PM - permalink
    fordboy5894
    dude i looked at your pics on your myspace, ****in crazy bro

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  • About Diesel_Brad
    Location
    Gilbert, PA
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    PA
    Country
    United States
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-350
    Year
    1996
    Current Mileage
    75,000 - 99,999
    Miles per year
    0 - 999
    Ride
    trucks
    Engine type and displacement
    460
    Induction
    S/C
    Major modifications
    Everything
    Tranny type
    Manual
    Race weight
    7200
    Horsepower
    250?
  • Signature
    Looking for Blue 40-20-40 seats. PM me !!!

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