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I SEARCHED FAWKERS:flipoff2:

SO STOCK FRONT 60 WIDTH IS 69" RIGHT?

TO MAKE IT FIT 27.5 SPRING CENTER I NEED TO CUT 4" OFF THE LONG SIDE RIGHT?

WHAT WIDTH IS A STOCK DANA 70?
DO THEY MAKE DISC KITS FOR THEM?
OR WHAT CAN I FAB UP TO MAKE IT DISC?

DO 3.5"BS 15" WHEELS FIT WITH GRINDING?JUST WANNA BE SURE

WHAT RIM BRAND DO YOU GOT,BS,HOW MUCH GRINDING?

JUST WANNA COVER EVERYTHING IN ONE POST
THNX RYAN
 

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what I learned was that the chevy calipers will fit the 15" better than the ford. I would stick to 3", tho.

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I have Rock Equipment beadlocks on my Ford 60 front. 15x10, 2.5" BS with no grinding at all. I needed to spring for new beads anyway, so I figure why not buy some that require no grinding. That way should I need a replacement caliper in the middle of nowhere, I wont have to worry about grinding it to clear.
 

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yes 3.5 BS will fit with a little ginding, depending a on what wheel you get it coud be more or less



Dont cut the 60, the gods of rock crawling would be dissapointed

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Yes cutting 4" off the long side will make it fit the stock 'cruiser spring width (just like mine:p).

My rear 70 is 64.5" wide, pretty good match for the cut front. As for the disc brakes, I used Ford D-60 rotors, with chevy half ton calipers on generic weld on brackets from A&A manufacturing. They work great, I can lock up the 40's no problem.

My rims are 15X10 2.5" BS and fit with no grinding.
 
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