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Old 04-20-2016, 10:54 AM   #426 (permalink)
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Let me know on them, can always meet you at havoc to save a few dollars on shipping. I have an add in the for sale section.
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Old 04-25-2016, 10:41 AM   #427 (permalink)
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still working on the f100 right now so havent got much done on the truggy other then move the front diff forward 1.5 inch and got another tire mounted up. did go out wheeling in the welfare duty and ramcharger yesterday, was supposed to be a nice easy day of wheeling but trail has changed and was little more fun. busted an inner axle shaft on the welfare duty but was still able to make it back to the trailer.

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Old 04-25-2016, 10:42 AM   #428 (permalink)
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and the vid from yesterday

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Old 04-25-2016, 06:59 PM   #429 (permalink)
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looks like a fun place to wheel
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Old 04-25-2016, 10:10 PM   #430 (permalink)
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Super Duty did well and sounded good too.
Post up some pics of your diff moved forward. Did you retain the steering box or is it full hydro now?
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Old 04-25-2016, 11:30 PM   #431 (permalink)
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looks like a fun place to wheel
just kinda funny as this used to be a trail that ive driven my daily driver down in 2wd and now its pretty hard core

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Super Duty did well and sounded good too.
Post up some pics of your diff moved forward. Did you retain the steering box or is it full hydro now?
will take some pics tomorrow but its pretty basic and little hack. truggy is full hydro so no box to worry about. all i did was re drill the front hangers and when i did the solid axle swap i build it with an extra set of holes in the rear hanger so just had to move the shackle forward in the hanger
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Old 04-26-2016, 11:36 PM   #432 (permalink)
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redrilled the front hanger and now the bolt is kinda close to the edge of the bracket



rear shackle hanger was already drilled for moving the diff when i did the solid axle swap



front of the leaf springs stick out of the hanger now, dont really like it but just need it to work till i can link it



also picked up a new air filter that is about 1/3 the size of what im running now. new one is for a 99-03 7.3dsl so should flow just fine. now i will be able to cover the air filter and protect if from mud and water better



still been working on the f100 but looks like the big stuff is done on it as just need to put box back on and plum the bags. once its done i can get back on the truggy and get some real work done on it

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Old 04-27-2016, 12:04 AM   #433 (permalink)
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Have you considered running the filter over the cab kinda like the top truck rigs?
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Old 04-27-2016, 11:18 PM   #434 (permalink)
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Have you considered running the filter over the cab kinda like the top truck rigs?
have thought about running it up through the windshield and into the cab but really dont spend enough time in that much mud or water so for now ill leave it on top of the motor. do plan on doing a hood of some kind so that will help keep it covered as wel

did pick these up tonight for a good deal, chevy 60 and a 14 bolt. thinking ill build a rear steer diff for truggy to help make up for my long ass wheelbase but that will be a winter project but start gathering parts now

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Old 04-28-2016, 10:26 AM   #435 (permalink)
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Gonna run the 14B center for rear steer?
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Old 04-28-2016, 12:07 PM   #436 (permalink)
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Gonna run the 14B center for rear steer?
thats the plan, 14 center with the chevy outers and ill plate the knuckles. think it will just be welded rear with some yukon shafts and joints to try and keep cost down as cant afford RCV yet still be strong enough
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Old 05-02-2016, 11:29 PM   #437 (permalink)
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been puttering on the truggy past few nights and got some of the small stuff done. hope to get the front suspension done and back together over the weekend.

new smaller air filter, should be able to fit a hood of some kind over this one





the lower rad hose has a line that comes off it to the surge tank and it hangs down low. have always been worried about a stick ripping it off so i cut the molded clamps off and was able to rotate it so it no longer hangs down

pic of how it was before



and now





added tabs for my seat belts and also put some storage where the boat seats used to be. one is recovery gear and other is tools. also got some of the TMR storage bags tied to the cage as well





and a cheap led back up light

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Old 05-04-2016, 08:16 PM   #438 (permalink)
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Reading through this thread has me wanting to flip the bed off my wheeler and shorten the frame up

The pics of your last wheeling trip are my dream terrain. I'm jealous
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Thats a lot of weight and tq for 1480 joints in the rear. You think it's worth the added complexity and loss in strength over the non steer axle?
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Old 05-04-2016, 11:17 PM   #441 (permalink)
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Reading through this thread has me wanting to flip the bed off my wheeler and shorten the frame up

The pics of your last wheeling trip are my dream terrain. I'm jealous
best part that trail is only about 15-20 mins from my house

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Thats a lot of weight and tq for 1480 joints in the rear. You think it's worth the added complexity and loss in strength over the non steer axle?
that is my biggest fear is the ujoints. so will keep my eyes open for a superduty axle as then can do the 1550 joints if i find 05 and newer. can get the 99-04 diffs as found a few of them for cheap but no real gain over the king pin stuff

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Old 05-04-2016, 11:19 PM   #442 (permalink)
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TeePee burner. Must have been a saw mill there at some point.
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Reading through this thread has me wanting to flip the bed off my wheeler and shorten the frame up

The pics of your last wheeling trip are my dream terrain. I'm jealous
Told you... Do it.
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Old 05-05-2016, 01:40 PM   #444 (permalink)
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forgot but here is some Dana 50 axle shaft carnage from the Welfare Duty. has a new shaft in it and ready to go again plus have found him a 2004 60 housing just need to swap it in but that will have to wait



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Impressive. Did the shaft neck down there? Looks like it might have. Are those 50's 30 or 35 spline?
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do plan on doing a hood of some kind so that will help keep it covered as wel
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Old 05-05-2016, 04:32 PM   #447 (permalink)
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Impressive. Did the shaft neck down there? Looks like it might have. Are those 50's 30 or 35 spline?
yes the 50 shaft necks down from being the same as a 60 to almost as small as a 44 when it goes into the carrier

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meh i could care less about skins as did one box side and hated it so just a small hood maybe
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yes the 50 shaft necks down from being the same as a 60 to almost as small as a 44 when it goes into the carrier
Which sucks because it doesn't allow the shaft to twist at all. If it was the same diameter all the way to the yoke, it probably wouldn't be THAT weak.
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I'll dovetail it first. Hopefully I can keep my sick 80s lightbar. Now if I could only grow a mullet
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re did my fuel cell breather as just had a filter on the top of the valve and it would leak out. ran hose around the cell then down below it and into a fuel filter then back up with a filter on the top





got my front shock hoops built for the bypasses






double ended ram mounted and tie rods built. just have to do tape measure alignment and hook the hoses back up









also added an extra leaf spring to the front and pulled the shims out so it dropped the pinion down. hope buy doing this and the extra spring it will fix some of my axle wrap and ill stop blowing ujoints apart
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