Bigtime said:thanks Inkdawg.... but i was only looking for some insight from other whom have experience so as to make my work a little easier.
you have to admit....don't you think the question is a bit silly? other than measuring your current front pinion snout (d44 stuff) against the new snout and yoke (D60 longer snout) and getting a difference what's the issue? There will be minor differences anyway depending on lift height and caster angle you set up (very minor stuff). Will this be a coil setup or leaf? If going coil, you'll be limited on how much you can move it forward anyway.Bigtime said:thanks Inkdawg.... but i was only looking for some insight from other whom have experience so as to make my work a little easier. i built the 4" lift for my ttb, it has been my dd for over a year now
if it can be built, i can build it. If it can be ridden, i can ride it
InkDawg said:So your saying now that I have no experience....I guess I don't know what I am talking about then...last I checked 95 Broncos didnt come with a D60 and Sterling under them...:goodfinge I'm sure you will be getting lots of help now..
Lol...yeah I sure wish I would of done my research and found one already ready for it...sure would of been easier then figuring out how to connect a drive shaft up to a D60 on a 95....:histericawoodydog said:InkDawg - see you should have purchased a 1992 Bronco - mine came all equiped for a coil d60 & sterling - they must have stopped that option in 1995 - I am just swaping out a few bolts and such to finish off some of the factory weak points - just about done......:goodfinge
Bigtime said:well i didnt really mean for it to sound like that Inkdawg. but i should know better
SORRY IF I INSULTED YOU INKDAWG OR ANY OTHERS, SHUFFLEING THAT AXLE AROUND MYSELF WILL BE HEAVY SO I JUST THOUGHT MAYBE SOMEONE COULD MAKE MY LIFE EASIER
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Much of it has to do with the amount of lift you have. I lucked out with mine and the driveshaft was right on. Most of the time though, you need to replace that worn out shaft anyway, so as some of the other guys have said, get the axle placed where you want it, thenworrry about getting a driveshaft built.Bigtime said:have everything together now...finally. so here is my question, how far forward do i have to move the front axle forward to be able to use my orignal d/s?