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Search is useless as always!!!

Are the housings 55" from backing plate to backing plate? Or anywhere close?

Will a 55" work good in a YJ??

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[ 08-13-2001: Message edited by: Kicker ]
 

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Who measures axles from backing plate to backing plate <IMG SRC="smilies/confused.gif" border="0"> You should measure an axle from the flang the wheels mount too. It sounds like to me that your thinking about puting a narrow cj axle in a wrangler. Bad idea. <IMG SRC="smilies/rolleyes.gif" border="0">
 

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Originally posted by Kicker:
<STRONG>Search is useless as always!!!

Are the housings 55" from backing plate to backing plate? Or anywhere close?

Will a 55" work good in a YJ??

Thanks.

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[ 08-13-2001: Message edited by: Kicker ]</STRONG>
55" backing plate to plate is around 61-62" flange to flange. That is right around stock YJ width. And yes nobody should be measuring BP - BP
 

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Originally posted by Rockslut.:
<STRONG>Scout II axles are almost the same width they are around 59"
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My Scout 44 rear is 58". I got the TSM disk brake kit which makes it 58.5" now <IMG SRC="smilies/thefinger.gif" border="0"> With 35x15.5 SX's on a 10" rim with 3.5" backspacing the clearance between the frame and tire is marginal. I won't be surprised if it rubs a little on the frame, but I'm also considering 1" spacers so it'll be closer to my 61" Waggy front.
 

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Originally posted by Rockslut.:
<STRONG>55" backing plate to plate is around 61-62" flange to flange. That is right around stock YJ width. And yes nobody should be measuring BP - BP</STRONG>
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