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  1. OUTLAWHANK
    10-02-2014 08:23 PM - permalink
    OUTLAWHANK
    Nice looking hay saw,Im looking for a set of handles and any tools to reset the teeth on old two man buck and felling saws both are perforated lance style my e mail is, sierra 122@aol.com thanks Hank
  2. Lethal Injection
    07-22-2012 12:10 PM - permalink
    Lethal Injection
    Hey man. I seen u posted some pics of knuckles for a dodge dana44 frontend. Casting number 620649. I need one. Lol. You still have it? If so, I need it. How much you want for it? My email address is stratein8@yahoo.com. thanks man. Stay muddy!!!
  3. thepunisher
    09-07-2011 06:56 PM - permalink
    thepunisher
    lol if you lived in Wisconsin id pay you with plenty of beer for help on my truck !
  4. MountainMetal
    06-16-2011 07:31 PM - permalink
    MountainMetal
    Thanks, and yea they are mostly all the same as far as what i have seen. ORD actually ends up moving the front axle forward an inch for better wheel clearance. And yea aside from some rust the axles were fine, it was all surface crap that will wire wheel right off. Also forgot to thank you about the sm465 info you gave me. I bought one from novak conversions tailor made for my rig. I had trouble finding any locally with a 32 spline out to TC. So in the end im right where I want to be aside from motor work but that can wait. Once I start building in the coming week ill add a post and send you a link so you can see my progress. Tell Dustin thanks for me if hes that close lol. ttyl
  5. MountainMetal
    06-16-2011 04:56 PM - permalink
    MountainMetal
    Hey Matt, i recently purchased a set of axles off of a cat named Dustin from your area, he said he knew you. The axles were a d44 front with driver side drop high pinion from a 79 ford and the rear is a d60 from a newer ford. He insists they are both 4:10 gears. I am ready to put them in my truck now (finally have the money saved) and I wanted to pick your brain about what kit I should buy. I have read around everywhere and everyone says to fab them yourself which I would do if I had my own welder and cutting tools. So im going bolt on. ORU, Sky, ORD(design), and ORD(direct) are about the only places I have found for this kit. Do you know of any others or could you recommend one in particular? Any advice on this would be of great help.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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    92' chevy 1500 shorty, ton's, doubler, nv4500 in the works.
    99' Dodge Cummins, flatbed, 5spd, way too much power, rice without bling
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