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Old 05-26-2011, 05:32 PM
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Twin I beam to striaght axle !!

aligned this today for Toms 4X4 ....these guys do good work .It was twin I beam and they converted it to a straight axle ! After they built it I installed cam bushings , I wish you could have seen the numbers on the alignment i got it dead on the money ! She drove great and went straight !! Heres some pic of it ! Oh its a 97 F250 with a 7.3 4X4 !!












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Old 05-27-2011, 02:00 AM
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call my a rookie but I see nothing out of ordinary
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call my a rookie but I see nothing out of ordinary
Thats the point rookie!!!I wanted to show how easy the swap is !!!
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Old 05-27-2011, 02:13 AM
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Does it help I dont even know what you swapped lol. This is my first ford, still learning the differences from my dmax ifs
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Most people swap just for the quality of the lift and ride...it also is a lot tuffer and holds up better...
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Looks like a job well done A freind of mine did that swap w/ his 97 & it turned out really nice.
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Hey, so pretty much, looks like you kept your leafs from the twin ibeam setup... I am going to do this to mine. Just looking for a donor 99-02 to do it with. Not only that, but I'm afraid if I do the front I'll have to do the rear as well because the lug pattern is different... Hopefully I can find some with 4:10's like mine so I don't have to spend more money to re-gear it lol
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