In addition to our website resources, we have a network of knowledgeable distributors which are able to assist with product info, sales, and technical support. All of your questions could pretty much be answered by looking at the axle of interest of and taking a few measurements with a tape measure. We need some back story to this question. If you are running a 4. The 8 lug would have made the rear axle choices much easier, though. Because the duel tires on both sides of thr rear axle.
And why the hell are they considering their projects half a ton conversions to three-quarter ton conversions? Just as important is the fact that buying American keeps your hard-earned money in the American economy. All of your questions could pretty much be answered by looking at the axle of interest of and taking a few measurements with a tape measure. There is no difference between the two axles? If using a late model transmission you will have to relocate your crossmember and trim for fitment. But thanks for what info you could post. A weld-in support gusset is used to reinforce the upper mount, however still allows the kit to be completely reversible if the owner ever chooses to revert back to the torsion bar style suspension and upgrade the suspension on another truck. The long tubes feature a slip-fit collector that when used in conjunction with band clamps offer great ground clearance.
The bolt up is the same, and the e-brake's attach the same, brake line in the exact same spot. What you want to do would involve a different suspension types. Would have to take a closer look at the kit and see where the added width could be best accounted for. The '99 and newer Ford axles use an even wider spring pad spacing, we do not make a kit for those axles. Buying American ensures that you are getting quality products made from quality materials. I can live with that as they are a reasonable fix as compared to getting into the diff. The uppers are new performance upper control arms designed specifically for this system to integrate with the 2.
I posted a picture of my boat hooked up to the minivan for you non-believers. The coilovers come fully assembled, preset for 6. Hopes this helps in the clarification. The ball joint cups are repositioned for optimal performance allowing a 30% improvement in wheel travel. Do you have the overall width of the differential from mounting surface to mounting surface i. So much information on codes not correct. They feature all aluminum construction, but unlike others on the market, they have beautifully stamped tanks with strengthening indentations just like your original.
Anyone ever do a swap like this or hear of someone doing it. So what else can I do to increase my tow capacity? The kit includes a pair of brackets for the front of the springs, a pair of brackets for the shackles at the rear of the springs, a pair of shackles with our greasable bushings and bolts, instructions and all necessary hardware. These new coilover systems have been engineered and tested for improved comfort, fade free performance, and increased suspension travel. This kit is for '85-'97 Ford Dana 60 axles using aftermarket front '73-'87 Chevy springs. A quick search of a parts store catalog will verify some of these differences. That is already damn good.
Take all parts off of your truck and put on new 2500 frame. The collector merge-spike increases power and they include gaskets, bolts, and O2 sensor bungs. The center of this conversion is our engine mounts and crossmember kit. A polyester based powder coat is applied to ensure flexibility and durability. Bb320140 answered 4 years ago Fordtudor37, your answer is incorrect in the way that most 2500 are just 1500 with better suspension. My main concern is the ability to haul more in the bed. The size of the rails is the same.
Does not work with '99+ Ford axles. Dodge Ram 1500 1994 thru 2001. The 90 and 91 models, however, use an electric speed sensor in them from the factory so this makes them a very desirable case for solid axle conversions, though they aren't as common as the 208. Its not as easy as just changing the wheel-bearings. The 3500 trucks had either a Borg Warner 4401 or 4470 transfer case. Would need to get the two axles in a welding shop and do some parts swapping. I don't know what you ppl are smoking.
It also affects wheel traction and the harshness or plushness of the vehicle's ride. The arms are fabricated from large 1. It comes with two longer bolts for install. I'm a full-time student studying mechanical engineering so it's not easy for me to go out there and get a high-paying job unless I have to sacrifice my education and I really wouldn't want that to happen Listen up folks who wish to be sarcastic with me. I don't believe I should have any problem swapping right over correct? I'll buy one in the spring from down south.
This mount kit includes new frame brackets that bolt into existing holes in the frame. How do I convert this thing into a three-quarter ton truck what do I need and how much am I looking at? I have a 94 reg cab 4x4 dually,and after a lot of researching and soul searching,I came to the conclusion that while it would be possible to swap the entire drivetrain,it just isn't a feasible option. No cutting or Welding required! Cool idea and all and I salute your ability to make your own parts, because I sure as hell cant. The thinner material allows for increased wheel travel and provides a softer ride. These coilovers offer vastly superior dampening for impressive capability to soak up the harshest terrains offroad while offering comfort on your daily commute.
Makes me kind of want one. It'll be cheaper in the long run. They all appear to have different part numbers between the C10 and C20. This is done to clear bigger tires, big tires rub the rear of the fender more than the front so moving the axle forward a little is beneficial. I'm regularly checking craigslist from Dallas to Phoenix to Denver to Minneapolis and most points in between. You can switch the input yoke from the 4 to the 5.