Then use a fucking 12 bolt. Putting 12 bolt shafts in a 9.25 because you "dont want to use slowpar things" is a strange course of action.these are 5 lug axles. i dont want to use slowpar things. 6 lug is just more common. i just got the axles cheep. the 44 is getting changed to 6 lug.
Dude you are going to sit here and tell us that you have a 39 plymouth with a$12-15000 motor in it and you are going to go with chicken shit axles??? :shaking: You are a fawking clown... Go to a fawking speed shop and get a cut down d-60 with your choice of gears and what ever the fawk lug pattern you think looks good enough for your junk...we have a 1939 plymouth with a 383 with twin turbos. the dodge 44 has weak looking hubs. would rather have chevy things. the 9.25 looks way bigger. but if i had 6 lug we would only need on spare tire. your himi has nothing on the plymouth. so shut the hell up.
Yes there are 8 lug 9.25's and yes there are some unitized 8 lug d-44's... I dont think that they have the dana 60 hubs though... But I could by all means be wrong..There was some talk of 8 lug 9.25 axles over on PS.
From what I read, there may have been early light duty 3/4 ton 94-95 Rams with an 8 lug axle shaft and the 9.25 rear and 8-lug D44 fronts that use the bigger D60 unitized hubs.
I have never seen them before myself, but there were several guys posting over there that swear they did have them. FWIW
If the Hubs are internal then Ford, Gm and Dodge are all pretty much the same strength. If they are external, yeah, they are a little weaker. But youre gonna change them to GM stuff anyways.we have a 1939 plymouth with a 383 with twin turbos. the dodge 44 has weak looking hubs. would rather have chevy things. the 9.25 looks way bigger. but if i had 6 lug we would only need on spare tire. your himi has nothing on the plymouth. so shut the hell up.