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Old 06-30-2014, 02:05 PM
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So trey what happened with the diff? Did you get another
Or did I miss something
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Just for our reading pleasure here are the instructions....Just me but I'd definitely use all the tabs provided and I'd also prefer mine to be all on the axle tubes. I also like trumps front mounts on the upper bars. That looks good. And another one of my crazy thoughts would be that unless I just had to, there's no way I'd shorten the bars. Just my thoughts though.




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So trey what happened with the diff? Did you get another
Or did I miss something
My original plan was a ford 9" I picked up but it turned out to be from a van so it was wayyyy to wide. Back at square one I deiced I will be happier with a explorer 8.8 which a friend of mine has one for $250.00 so I'm going to pick that up and go that route!
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Will be waiting to see how you do that
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Trey i read with mine that the short arms still need to be at least 70% of the longer bars just as a rule of thumb but looking at Gicknordons im going to have to make new brackets and lower the front of the longer arms to a more parallel position as in waynes instruction pictures
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