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bronco 2 axles. need some help!!!!

I have a bronco 2 and I want to put a 9" in the rear and a D44 up front. I have the axles out of a early f150 but need to get them cut down to fit. I can't find anyone in my area to cut the housings down. I'm putting a 302 in it and plan on putting it on 35s. Would it be better for me to just order new already cut to fit or should I ship mine off some where and have it done or is there any cjs or early 70s broncos
that have the 9". I was also thinking of just doing a straight axle swap also on the front. So if any one has any ideas or suggestions please let me know cause I would really like to get this project underway.

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