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10-27-2004 12:11 PM
bulfrog3 Will be posting all the parts in the for sale board soon.
10-26-2004 11:41 PM
rustynuts so, you wanna sell the outers?

how about just the shafts and knouckles?
10-26-2004 08:39 PM
bulfrog3 called you gearman and left message.
10-26-2004 06:24 PM
GearMan have a houesing with tubes 4-sale 916-852-7109. Can go FF or semi float its your choice
10-26-2004 06:04 PM
Jrod-13 You just gotta get one of those "reverse rotation driveshafts" to go with your "reverse rotation" gearsets..

That will make everything work out..
10-26-2004 02:02 PM
b2dude eh...yeah i was just thinkin about how a high pinion front would be turing the wrong way if you put it in the back. look at me i'm soooo stupid you guys are fags
10-26-2004 01:42 PM
1TonCJ-7
Quote:
Originally Posted by b2dude
i thought you needed a low pinion front to make a high pinion rear...am i missing something
Ha! That is one of the funnist thing sI have read on here in awhile!
10-26-2004 01:31 PM
66CJdean
Quote:
Originally Posted by bulfrog3
You need a HP front to make a HP rear. Never heard of taking a LP front and flipping it. You would burn it up without the correct oiling.
There is more to it than that. You kind of left out the it will turn in reverse part so oiling wnat be a problem because your front and rear will be turning different directions so you won't go far.
10-26-2004 01:15 PM
bulfrog3 You need a HP front to make a HP rear. Never heard of taking a LP front and flipping it. You would burn it up without the correct oiling.
10-26-2004 12:53 PM
Trango
Quote:
Originally Posted by b2dude
i thought you needed a low pinion front to make a high pinion rear...am i missing something
Yes. Please go look at your rig, look at the way the driveshafts spin, and then get back to us.

Best,
Bob
10-26-2004 12:14 PM
bulfrog3 88-89 i think
10-26-2004 11:04 AM
rustynuts
Quote:
Originally Posted by bulfrog3
I have a hp60 complete king pin style. I am going to part it out for everything minus the housing. What is the rest of it worth?

knuckles,
"C's" off housing,
brakes,
rotors,
axle shafts,
inners,
outers,
spindles,
hubs,
carriers,
gears,
backing plates,


I wish I could find just a housing for cheap.. any help would be appreciated. thanks

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what year axle is it?
10-26-2004 11:00 AM
b2dude i thought you needed a low pinion front to make a high pinion rear...am i missing something
10-26-2004 08:15 AM
rkcrawl
Quote:
Originally Posted by MNBen
Hey pm me some info will you big97redtj. I'm in the same boat. Do you offer full float versions?
I am pretty certain they can do a FF rear
10-26-2004 07:42 AM
MNBen Hey pm me some info will you big97redtj. I'm in the same boat. Do you offer full float versions?
10-26-2004 07:37 AM
35xj I'd Be Interested In Those Inner C's Dave
10-26-2004 06:20 AM
big97redtj If your after a housing with tubes and ends, give us a ring. 330.549.9082
10-26-2004 03:33 AM
Sapper Have you looked at the prices for an all new rear unit from these guys.

http://www.dynatrac.com/

Their price for a rear is actually not all that bad, when you consider what your getting.
10-26-2004 02:07 AM
camo there is a pretty good reason why hp60 are expensive and model 20's are "cheap".
10-26-2004 01:56 AM
bulfrog3 I came up with some prices but not most of the parts. I want a hp60 rear not a shitty 20
10-26-2004 01:38 AM
camo a few minutes researching our for sale boards will answer all your questions. but like anything else in life. it is worth what somebody is willing to pay and you are will to sell it for.

why in the world would you want a "cheap" housing ? if you want cheap then pick another axle like a model 20. they are plenty cheap.
10-26-2004 01:03 AM
bulfrog3
Hp60 axle

I have a hp60 complete king pin style. I am going to part it out for everything minus the housing. What is the rest of it worth?

knuckles,
"C's" off housing,
brakes,
rotors,
axle shafts,
inners,
outers,
spindles,
hubs,
carriers,
gears,
backing plates,


I wish I could find just a housing for cheap.. any help would be appreciated. thanks

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