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I tried a search and came up with nothing on this. I was wondering what all is involved in switching a front 44 from 6 to 8 lug. Or would it be easier to switch my rear 60 to 6 lug?

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Pick And Pull Pull 3/4 ton Shtz

Hub's and Caliper Bracket and Caliper I think??? I know the ford's all have the same spindle ,, could find out about chevy but I am pretty Sure they are the same also!!!


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Go 8 lug ,,,, 6 Lug is For a Puss <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/jeep1.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/jeep1.gif" border="0">
 

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I'm converting my 6 lug chevy 44 front to 8 lug also. It depends on what your 44 is out of and what year. if you have a 78 up chevy it should have the right spindles. also the calipers should work also. You'll need 8 lug rotors, hubs, and backing plates. all of which can be had from a 78 chevy 3/4ton. advance auto wants $97.99 for a hub/rotor assembly. oh yeah your locking hubs will work also.
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It's got to be a ford axle (driver's side diff). Well it doesn't have to be, but I'm not into massive axle surgery right now. Does anyone know if 3/4 ton fords came with 6, I've seen a lot with 8.

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And BTW, I can't use a reverse rotation as the cut off for gears is 5.39's and I want 5.89's.

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Originally posted by EasyXJ:
<STRONG>It's got to be a ford axle (driver's side diff). Well it doesn't have to be, but I'm not into massive axle surgery right now. Does anyone know if 3/4 ton fords came with 6, I've seen a lot with 8.

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all the 3/4 and 1 tons are 8 lug, the half tons are 5 lug.
 
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