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The 73-77 Broncos front and rear axles, will they swap into a TJ? Is it a good swap? Any advice to offer would be helpful, thanks in advance?
 

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the only problem you may incounter is the front pumpkin, its more centered than the stock pumpkin and may hit the oil pan, but if you are tall enough you may not have a problem,

there are some guys with xj's on the NAXJA board that have put them in their xj's

the easiest way to do this would be to use the stock radius arms or a longer version of the radius arm with a track bar. and fab a cross member to mount them to. better ride, and mo travel.
 

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Originally posted by borton:
<STRONG>the only problem you may incounter is the front pumpkin, its more centered than the stock pumpkin and may hit the oil pan, but if you are tall enough you may not have a problem,

there are some guys with xj's on the NAXJA board that have put them in their xj's

Well I am running the RE 6" Long arm kit. Would you forsee any problems, where to get these axles?

the easiest way to do this would be to use the stock radius arms or a longer version of the radius arm with a track bar. and fab a cross member to mount them to. better ride, and mo travel.</STRONG>
 

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Talk to Chinlei on this board. He has RR44 from a bronco front and rear of his TJ. He used the bronco control arms with the c bushings.

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Originally posted by tx97jeep:
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Originally posted by borton:
[qb]the only problem you may incounter is the front pumpkin, its more centered than the stock pumpkin and may hit the oil pan, but if you are tall enough you may not have a problem,

there are some guys with xj's on the NAXJA board that have put them in their xj's

Well I am running the RE 6" Long arm kit. Would you forsee any problems, where to get these axles?

the easiest way to do this would be to use the stock radius arms or a longer version of the radius arm with a track bar. and fab a cross member to mount them to. better ride, and mo travel.</STRONG>
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good luck


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