|10-17-2019 06:02 PM|
|workinman||My has a 2001 truck he told me come down and look at it to see if I want the front axle . So I going to remove it if its a 3.54 gears and I think it is hope lol and then I going to install 3 generation rotors and calipers and what ever it takes use the better brakes. I remember some where I think that I can use the ford spindles and just weld up holes and drill or mill the holes in there so I can use the ford hubs and Timken bearings or I hope that's right and then install the axle in place . get rid of the crappy steering linkage and use the 98 or 99 components . I need to do some research to be sure on this . Any advice is great thanks|
|10-14-2019 06:12 PM|
|10-13-2019 09:22 PM|
Aam gets rid of the cad but still has unit brg and pinion brg issues.
02 d60 is non cad. Good balljoint. Just add free dpin and its The best bolt in sxle youll find.
|10-13-2019 09:02 PM|
As far as I know, the free spin Ford axle is the best brake upgrade because of the dual piston caliper.
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|10-13-2019 08:58 PM|
front axle for a 95 dodge 2500 4x4
I want to up grade the front axle on my 95 dodge I have not done a thing to it other than simple maintenance like brakes oil changes since I got it in 98 . It has now 208k miles on it . I never been real happy with the front brakes on it or the taper sealed unit bearing . I want to up grade the front axle to better brakes and at least new bearings and u joints brake rotors. . I also going to change to the better front steering components . I realize this is not a cheap deal but its better for me than forking over large amounts of cash for a new truck . So is there a good way to go , may be a late model front axle with the same gear ratio . I have the 3.54 I think not the 4.10 . I don't want a low geared truck now or ever . I would do the ford conversion and have not a problem with the hub sticking out a bit more . Thanks for any advice