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hey dave.

what kept ya..welcome.....L
 

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welcome toast
 

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Discussion Starter · #8 · (Edited)
ontherun said:
hey dave.

what kept ya..welcome.....L

just kinda tired of dealing with tx4wd sometimes, went looking for something else, wasn't even aware of this place to be honest.

thanks (rastas?) for the help with the pic.
 

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it's got:

78 waggy 44 front (still has 3.54 gears for a couple more weeks and open)
87, 88 or 89 waggy 44 rear (used 5.89's, welded)
3 ancient, rock hard 35's on steel wheels, 1 new retread 35
3-link+panhard front and rear
aerostar coils in the rear
incorrectly made custom coils up front- not sure about rates or anything
home-made driveshafts (3/4-ton Dodge CV's, Kia slip-joints, Waggy pinion yokes)
stock engine, t-case, tranny

1.98:1 t-case
stock diff: 4.78, now 5.89

um, did i cover it or was there something else you wanted to know- just ask.
 

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thanks for all the compliments and the welcomes, i'll quit posting photos now, need new ones anyway, these were all from feb/march.
 

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um, when? i need front 5.89's still, and i am still on junk yard tires, i need at least a spare. also, working on getting a cross-over steering set-up, right now i'm on the single bolt theory, and while that's fine for the Den, i don't wanna be that far away from home, if something bad were to happen. i hope to make it to Katemcy sometime this summer (never been), but money is a factor.
 

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thanks, but i'm trying to save for some 38's, running 35's right now, have a set of 32's in the garage. have fun, get pix, maybe i can make it the next time.
 
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