Forgive my ignorance (not really any 1 ton chevy's in Oz) but what are 1-ton axles - D44 or D60? I would guess D44???RoverDan said:Yeah, I saw him at the MAR. Not a real talkative guy though. I was wondering about the axles. He told me he's running Chevy 1 Ton axles under there.
That depends...ISUZUROVER said:Forgive my ignorance (not really any 1 ton chevy's in Oz) but what are 1-ton axles - D44 or D60? I would guess D44???
Eatons! Yah baby. Sweet rig. Fugly but it's cool.ROVER JUNKIE said:it my truck, what do you want to know?
its got a dana 60 front from a chevy pickup thats been narrowed about 4 inches of the drives side. has 35 spline inners and still 30 on the outers and 4.56 with detriot (i know not the best front locker but it is what i had handy)
the rear axle is an eaton that has been flipped for ps offset. running 14 bolt detroit locker 30 spline axles and disc brake conversion.
the truck was a 93lwb that came from a junkyard. it now has a new 4.0 motor. lt230 t case that has been converted to part time. 5 inch sup. lift and 2 inch body lift. 37 inch bfg muds. kept the radius arms upfront and added heim jointed trailing arms in the rear. the body was cut up in an effort to remove weight and sheet metal that could get damaged. i sometimes think it is ugly to, but it sure has been fun to wheel.
Talk about Fugly! I think if I did that I would just tube the rear-end Toy-Style. That way you could stuff some real tires under there. Been thinking about this for a while. Just might have to take the plunge soon!pendy said:One of my old customers is going to this camp now, up in Maine.
Gary Enicke is his name. No fancy axle conversion though. He is afraid of open knuckle.