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Old 12-16-2003, 03:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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will a toy front hold up to a 39.5 irok ?

I will find out pretty soon. I order my tires to day from national tire and wheel. It was $921 to my door which i thought was a good deal.

I will put up pics when i get them in and keep ya updated on the broken parts. We will see how strong pigs cromo axles are and if the profields are the real deal or should we just stick with longs. I have heard rumor of a new awesome birfield coming soon that holds a 30 spline axle. It should be in testing with in a month.

My truck set up is v6 B&M th350 dual cases and 4:10 ring gear and pinion.

here is a snap shot of the truck on one of the trails that's with in 20 min of the house.
if the pic doesn't show here is a link http://groups.msn.com/TheMotoGuzziPe...to&PhotoID=637
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According to the chart from the IROK's on rocks thread, The 39.5" IROK for a 17" wheel weighs about 84 lbs. The TSL SX 38.5" weighs about 85 lbs. The 38.5 SX is said to be the limit to what the toy axles can take, but if the IROK is just as light, I think you could do it.
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I think franky runs 39.5 iroks and uses toy axles. Might try PMing him for his results.
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yea i called frankie and it is his opinion that the Irock is easier on the toy axle then the 38.5sx. the 39x13.50x15 is only 76 lbs.
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just stick a 2x4 behind the gas pedal and you should be fine
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I'd go with a D44 just to be safe




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With a V-8 in a full body truck?
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With a V-8 in a full body truck?
who's runing a v8? Not I and the truck only weighs in at 3500lbs
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OOPS, I mis-read that.
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the only problem in the front axle i had was a blown spicer joint,but now that i have the ctm joints i have been sorta beatin this front like you all would expect me to
and i only blew the front joint when we did the three time endo and a 20' side slide at the same time we sorta took a little bite out of the rear taco gears that later failed with THE DOMINATOR AT THE WHEEL as soon as it left the trailor ,
when i heard that crunching sound in the rear it still lasted a few weeks before it let go.!!

i have used about all the tires avalable to the market in the last 15 years exept the bfg krawler and i must say again that the irok is the best of the bread for my wheeling style they do super in the mud great on rocks .i do feel that the irok may be less agressive as a bogger or tsl and the SX ,but the less agressive lugs seem to do better for me and they do not shock load as much as the moor agresive tires with large lugs do as they grip and let go of harder objects.

as the birf goes you see what i am running
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