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Old 07-05-2007, 10:33 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Stock they are like 75" or so WMS... Thats why I'm going with the stock h1's with 7.25 backspacing... Yes the 16.5's fit over the box.

I typically sell them for $1500 for the good condition ones.
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Old 07-05-2007, 10:47 PM   #27 (permalink)
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I think the u900's are about 70 WMS

he is going about 4 inch back spacing
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You shall see young one, I'll show up and only break one or two things I swear.
Sounds like you just committed yourself to being at BF. Im not digging holes with you at pismo next year if you dont show to BF with your rig.
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Old 07-06-2007, 01:50 AM   #29 (permalink)
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i've always like your truck,and now you got mogs......
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Old 07-07-2007, 07:18 PM   #30 (permalink)
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Todays progress. Spent 1/2 the day getting my old 4 link crossmembers out. I definately did not plan on them coming out when I installed them lol. They were bolted and welded in and took 4 hours to remove both of them... Mainly due to the tight spaces but anyway, an empty frame rail!



New 1/4" steel plates welded to the frame to plug up all the holes and give me a clean slate to work on, not to mention the added strength...



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Sorry, no tig, my machine blows the main breaker to my house... Another reason I can't wait to move into my new shop with it's 400a service.

Lower links axle end. Upper link mounts aren't fabbed yet though:





New crossmembers and link mounts, of course they still need to be gusseted and finish welded:



Tomorrow the truck should be sitting on the front axle with brakes and driveshaft being the only thing left... Then doing the rear next weekend!
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Nice build. I'm looking forward to seeing it finished.
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Old 07-07-2007, 08:46 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Awsome truck, axles, design, execution, and overall build. I am looking foward to the new buggy.
I thought you tried a set of Bobby's CVs as well?...
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Alot lol.
Broke a ton of stock 35 spline stuff. Went to Yukon and oval'd out the ears on a few sets so I have a set of Superior's in there with CTM's now. Have a spare set of yukon's with ctm's as well but haven't hurt the Superiors yet... I was goign to go to CTM shafts but instead got the mogs.
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Old 07-07-2007, 09:09 PM   #34 (permalink)
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Awsome truck, axles, design, execution, and overall build. I am looking foward to the new buggy.
I thought you tried a set of Bobby's CVs as well?...
Thats a negative, I planned on it but couldn't wait the 2+ months for them at the time. I found a set of "used" superiors on here and bought them instead. They were bought for a 78 ford 60 but never installed so I got them for 1/2 price and used them
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Old 07-07-2007, 09:14 PM   #35 (permalink)
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Digin it, Jason!

IMO, dry sumpin' is not worth it.
1. The car still will not get oil pressure if it's on it's side or lid, dry sumps don't help.
2. It's expensive and can be troublesome. (all the extra lines and parts...what if a stick or something gets caught in the belt?)
3. You don't need the extra clearence under the engine 'cause it's going to be 5 feet off the ground

Just buy or build a deep pan.

But then again, I wouldn't mind wheeling with somebody that has a dry sump motor.
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Old 07-07-2007, 09:21 PM   #36 (permalink)
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Well the only reason I wanted the dry sump was the clearance for the pinion lol. The pinion, at ride height, is 1" below the oil pan sump

I'm going to knock off the side of the pan next to the pickup to clear but if I had a pan that was only as deep as the crank then I'd be set... I think I'll be happy with the modded oil pan. I do however have nightmares about what I am going to find in the bottom of my pan... Too many late nights on my side with no oil pressure
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Old 07-07-2007, 09:59 PM   #38 (permalink)
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I have to chop and channel the oil pan to clear the pinion and move the pickup to the pass. side about 1.5".
Yeah, I'm down with that. Unlike a Ford your pump is in the back, so it looks like the surgery should be easier.
Hey, I heard Portaltec is coming out with bolt on portals. Why didn't you go with them
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This is most exciting rebuild thread I've read in a while!
I'm pumped Jason. What's up with the Big Dawgs?
You've got me thinking about BlazerBash Hollister right?
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This looks like a great re-build. I have always had a boner for Mogs but never the cash or the time for it. Maybe I need to run my junk down a sand wash... that would give the excuse....nope...still no money. Maybe next year.

Cant wait to see it done!
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This is most exciting rebuild thread I've read in a while!
I'm pumped Jason. What's up with the Big Dawgs?
You've got me thinking about BlazerBash Hollister right?
Yeah BlazerFest is in Hollister, 20-22 of this month. Come on out!
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Ok got the upper link mounts fabbed, what a pain. The diff seperates in the middle to access the gears so making mounts tends to be tricky. The 2 mounts will be tied together with a piece of 1/4" plate between them that the ram will mount to. The ram will bolt to the plate then the plate will bolt to the two mounts. It looks odd and boxy now but once the steering stuff is in it will look good, I think.



More welds, no stacked tacks here :





Back side will be boxed in just hasn't happened yet:



Side shot, this is 2" above ride height so the axle will move 2" closer to the frame at ride height:



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Had to articulate it to see where the bumps will hit the axle under articulation since I'm working on my shock mounts/bump pads at the moment...



More tomorrow after work!
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Old 07-08-2007, 07:25 PM   #45 (permalink)
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Dude dont you know how to round corners off? Everything looks so square.


I have a feeling I might need to buy some rootbeer and nilla waffers.
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If Im saying that I might be buying those items then that means I have some faith.
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Well I was talking about the rounded corners
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Do you think all that welding will hurt the seals in the air locker ?
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I highly doubt it due to how much steel is between it and the surface... But if it does, oh well, got plenty of spare parts... I did test the locker yesterday and it worked so I guess if it doesn't tomorrow then I know what the problem is lol.
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