For your local series, what are the high level Mod Class rules that govern the frame, body, motor, and suspension? In the end, would this be able to run the KOH Mod Class?... but built to Mod class specs for our local series at Rausch Creek, Line Mountain, and others depending on how competitive it ends up being.
i dont know nothing about ARBs. i just call Tech Tim with my dumb questions. 360-264-5363I have a Dana 35 ARB in a parts truck of mine but it's for the smaller spline count...do you know if I can just get 30-spline side gears for it or does it change the whole carrier too?
I was kind of wanting to go with an OX or E-locker in the back and stay away from the compressor & plumbing of an ARB...although I guess I could do a 30-spline E-locker in the front as well.
You are the first, and probably the only, person to tell me that. :laughing:Love it. Glad to see you are using the D35 TTB and appreciate the attributes of it over a 44
The rules for our local series are identical to the Ultra4 mod class rules except they permit full hydro steering...but I'm building around a steering box anyway. So yes, it should fit in the Ultra4 Mod Class as well. I think the local ones probably aren't as stringent on the safety requirements but I'll doing all that as per the Ultra4 rulebook too just as good practice.For your local series, what are the high level Mod Class rules that govern the frame, body, motor, and suspension? In the end, would this be able to run the KOH Mod Class?
Its hard to get people to look further than "44 is a bigger number than 35 so it has to be better". Sure the 44 r&p is stronger, but that's not the fuse in the system. You've covered the reasons I will never put a d44 ttb in my ranger.You are the first, and probably the only, person to tell me that. :laughing:
That's pretty cool.If you haven't figured this out yet, here's a way to put D44 hubs on D35 knuckles http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/ford/1094621-ttb-tech-d44-hubs-d35.html