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Old 08-15-2010, 03:01 PM
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WTB: Rocky and HP KP 60

Lookin for a Rockwell non-steering axle, preferably 5 ton but a 2.5 ton will work too, and a HP kingpin D60.

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Old 08-16-2010, 05:21 AM
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What do you plan on doing with the rockwell mason?
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Turning big tires

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Old 08-16-2010, 02:59 PM
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Lol well see I'm a cheapazz, and think that tires are way overpriced, so I stick to military surplus. I had 37" HMMWV tires on my last truck, but want to go bigger for the next truck and I'm leaning toward the 46" XMLs used on APCs and a couple other vehicles.
With the size and weight of these tires, and what I plan on doing to the engine, it's cheaper to use a Rockwell than to beef up a D60/D70/10.25 enough to where I won't be snapping shafts.
A 60 should be ok in the front though, and I really don't want to fabricate all the stuff for the steering and suspension to run a Rock in front. I'd love to run a Sixty9 up front but those aren't out yet and I'd still have to fabricate everything. I thought about running Mogs under it too, but they don't hold up well above 60mph.
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The below truck in Brighton, CO for $1000 has the axle your looking for under it. You could just part out the rest after snagging the axle if you have the room.

80 Ford F-350 4X4 400 CI 4 Speed !RANGER!

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