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Old 08-17-2003, 03:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Unimog pinion conversion

Pinion conversion for your Unimog 404 axle.

We are proud to offer the strongest top quality pinion conversion for the lowest price.

Only 175 US$ for the complete set (one axle) with all necessary parts and seals. All parts are new (billet). No core required!

This is a limited time offer and ends Sept. 30. 03


For more information see our homepage

www.killeraxles.com

send e-mail or give us a call.

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Old 09-02-2003, 08:41 PM   #4 (permalink)
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are you offering 1410 an end yoke?Jess
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Old 09-03-2003, 08:09 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Jesse, our conversion accepts a flange yoke Spicer 3-2-119 for 1350 joints or spicer 3-2-439 for 1410 joints (3-2-159)

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thanks man- i have seen that one - some are running an end yoke - just curious - Jess
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Can I assume an end yoke would offer those with short drivelines an extra bit of room compared to a flange? (sorry to continue hijacking, wheels are turning...)
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Well i do not think it helps much there but keep thinkin it may pay off- i'd like to see a 8" shorter pinion conversion myself- 1410 end yoke and one that is not held on with a roll pin- Jess
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8"shorter? The total lenght of the pinion conversion (diff.housing to end of flange) is 3". It is possible to cut down to 2". But then the splines are also 1" shorter and weaker. I donīt think you like to make a strong axle weaker.
It is possible to respline an end yoke. But this is also weaker and the most you can save is 1".
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well maybe i should say the mog stuff i saw had a pinion that was 18" long - aparently i do not know my mog stuff very well yet- Sorry- Jess
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so is the sale still on?
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Hurry up and get yours Mike. They are pimp. They will definately add some bling to your ride.





I haven't fully installed them yet, just slide them on the pinion shafts.

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Do you guys have pinion conversions for 406 or 416 axles?
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please call 801 644 5404 or PM your phone number and we will call you.
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