Originally posted by OOPS:
<STRONG>I ran a 4 cylinder drop with 4:88's and ARB in in the rear for a number of years with out a problem. It is now in the front and still no problems. Just waiting for the great GG gears to blow. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/usa.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/usa.gif" border="0"></STRONG>
To damn early in the morning, did not read all the post. I would go with D-60'sOriginally posted by camo:
with a 350 and 39tsl's ? :yikes: come awn... i don't belive it. i doubt i could even make it one mile on that setup.</STRONG>
I think the axleshafts themselves run about $60 a piece, if you can't do the housing work, I don't know how much that costs. I would say $120 to $300 depending on how much you do yourself....Originally posted by muppetz3:
<STRONG>How much do they cost to shorten?
Maybe i should go with lc axles =) A guy i know has a lt1 and 39.5 boggers. Only broke one brif, he now has the new fields. And he beats the SHIT out of that thing. Just made it a stroker, has like 500 hp or so. Can lift the front tires, but its a LC. He was in the 4x4 and suv mag. He won some rock cralwing event.