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Anybody got one? And what did it cost to get that way? I think rear would be easier than the front, maybe go rear disc at the same time...Mike
 

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GoZuki, while I'm no expert but I have been researching the D60's a bit. Stock you will only find 8 lug. Conversion is 100-200 bucks from the quotes I've seen.
 

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Originally posted by Belly Dragger:
<STRONG>GoZuki, while I'm no expert but I have been researching the D60's a bit. Stock you will only find 8 lug. Conversion is 100-200 bucks from the quotes I've seen.</STRONG>
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Some of the 3/4-Ton 60s (Semi-Floating) had 6 lugs. These will all be Chevy front axles - 67" wide, passenger offset, should have flat-top knuckles, I think. Some (Most?) 3/4 Ton 60's came with Full-Floating 8 lugs, though.

Also, the majority of the Chevy 3/4 ton trucks were 44 Front, 12 bolt rear. You have to find one of the oddball 3/4-tons-with-1-ton-axles. Good luck, but you might as well look.

The 1-Tons all were full-floating 8-Lug and came with 14 bolt rear axles, so I don't think you'll be able to find a 6 lug rear, unless you find one that's a 14-Bolt, but those are so HUGE you'd have like zero ground clearance.

Or you can have a place like Dynatrac or Currie Enterpirses build you a custom 6-lug full floating D60 for $3-6K. <IMG SRC="smilies/eek.gif" border="0"></font>
 
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