but they came off an axle that was a smaller diameter so i had to do this to them
with a grinding wheel that was 3.25" or so & stopping when it was 3.00" & going to a new wheel that was bigger. i didnt want to cut up either of the D44s i have, even though i cant sell them
they came out pretty good, i still need to grind a little more.
So with the quarantine zombie apocalypse going on now and we have a little extra free time I decided to start my solid axle swap. I’ve been eyeing the project since I was in college but has zero money or time then. Anyways...
I have little to no fabricating abilities I don’t trust myself to...
1995 BKO 5.8 E4OD
2018 F250 Super Duty Front and Rear Axles w/ Steering Gearbox
RYD Motorsports SAS Kit RYD Motorsports
Axles were complete with brake hoses attached, I did connector adapters to -3an hose at both front and rear brakes
1995 BKO Rear brake fittings at tee
I have a few questions on SAS my bronco, my idea is to go up 6 inches in 375\65\16 (36x15.50r16) and id like to know is a SAS would be worth the time and money? I dont do any extreme offroading, AKA no rock crawling or mudding with a big block. My truck is my daily and weekend trail rig...
Well not yet exactly. I got so many parts sitting on my dining room table, I got too excited and wanted to start my thread. So heres a few pics of what I have so far. The work will probably actually start next week and there will be plenty of updating then.
Heres how she sits now.