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post #1 of 5 Old 05-16-2013, 06:19 PM Thread Starter
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Wanting to upgrade your 99-04 Stub Shafts? Look here.

Hi everyone, I just want to share my project with the rest of the org. I upgraded my stock 30 spline outer stub shafts to 35 spline. When I was searching I found mixed information until......I found WWW.UNLFAB.COM This guy specializes in the Unit Bearing Dana 60. He sold me everything I needed to upgrade mine to 35 spline. He has the machined out unit bearing, Timken brand for $265!! A new stock Motorcraft cost me $300 and I work for the government. So if you're interested in upgrading your front stub shafts on your 99-04 Super Duty, go to his website or call him and he'll be glad to help you. If you already know this and want to bash me, Well........I don't really give a ****. Good day!
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2004 F250 Regular Cab 4x4, 6" Rough Country, Locked Front End, Limited Slip Rear, 37" MTR's, SCT Programmed, EGR Delete, Oh and it's a beautiful 6.0 with an 03 Turbo
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A few pics of the kind of riding I do. That's why I needed me some beefy 35 spline.
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2004 F250 Regular Cab 4x4, 6" Rough Country, Locked Front End, Limited Slip Rear, 37" MTR's, SCT Programmed, EGR Delete, Oh and it's a beautiful 6.0 with an 03 Turbo
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Bed has some nice flex!
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Man I beat that truck daily and it just keeps on taking it!! I've had it almost 3 years.

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Looks like you have some fun with it for sure!
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