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indy
October 15th, 2006, 09:25 AM
dodge rear dana 60 4:10 gears 150.00
14 bolt rear gears are ? 150.00
chevy 205 race track pattern 200.00
chevy borg warner t case from a 4500 dump truck 200.00
ford high pinion 60 3:54 gears complete 900.00
jeep j 20 offset rear 60 high clearance housing and spindles only 100.00
jeep t 176 transmission 300.00
jeep model 18 t case twin stick and 3:15 gear set 400.00
jeep model 20 t case from j-20 100.00



I do not have the ability to post pics it is what it is.

joe_jeep
October 15th, 2006, 10:34 AM
what year is the ford 60? lock outs or full time, king pin or ball joint thx

indy
October 15th, 2006, 06:40 PM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(joe_jeep &#064; Oct 15 2006, 10&#58;34 AM) 18947</div>

what year is the ford 60? lock outs or full time, king pin or ball joint thx
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Sorry I forgot to mention that its from a 78 snow fighter . King pin with drive flanges.

MuddyPaws
October 16th, 2006, 12:02 AM
Snow fighter? One of these?

http://www.nordco.com/images/M2-snow.jpg

Jarhead
October 16th, 2006, 11:09 AM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(MuddyPaws &#064; Oct 16 2006, 12&#58;02 AM) 18973</div>

Snow fighter? One of these?

http://www.nordco.com/images/M2-snow.jpg
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Now that there is a Snow Fighter&#33;

95geo
October 16th, 2006, 11:38 AM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Jarhead &#064; Oct 16 2006, 11&#58;09 AM) 18989</div>


Now that there is a Snow Fighter&#33;
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bob, this is the front axle for you :idea:

Jarhead
October 16th, 2006, 12:00 PM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(95geo &#064; Oct 16 2006, 11&#58;38 AM) 18994</div>


bob, this is the front axle for you :idea:
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I have been discussing the solid axle swap with a number of better educated people than I. Of all the conversions being done to an H2, no one has done a solid axle swap yet. I am looking to learn from their mistakes and do it in time (hopefully before I bust the front diff again). It&#39;s on my to do list, but I don&#39;t want to be the guinea pig.

95geo
October 16th, 2006, 12:26 PM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Jarhead &#064; Oct 16 2006, 12&#58;00 PM) 18998</div>

<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(95geo &#064; Oct 16 2006, 11&#58;38 AM) 18994


bob, this is the front axle for you :idea:
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I have been discussing the solid axle swap with a number of better educated people than I. Of all the conversions being done to an H2, no one has done a solid axle swap yet. I am looking to learn from their mistakes and do it in time (hopfully before I bust the front diff again). It&#39;s on my to do list, but I don&#39;t want to be the guinea pig.
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heres a tidbit of info for you to go on. this axle is a high pinion (stronger than a low pinion in a front application) it has kingpins which most feel are stronger than ball joints. it is a drivers side drop.

this axle has everything going for it for your swap. a chevy and dodge are a passenger side diff and also low pinion. a newer ford axle has ball joints and a metric lug pattern if you actually get the 60... others are a 50 and its basically a dana 44 and i wouldnt waste my time with it.

its this axle or a custom built one by currie, dynatrac, sunray... your choice

joe_jeep
October 16th, 2006, 05:17 PM
ya its the shiznit of front 60&#39;s, if it sits around for a wile and i get the money ill snap it up. but at that price it wont last long&#33;&#33; i just missed out on a hi pin 60 79 ford tube, no internals it went for 300.00&#036; on escam(ebay) i bid 250.00&#036; and it held a while. but just b4 the auction closed i got out bid as usual.

indy
October 16th, 2006, 06:05 PM
The front Ford 60 and rear dodge have just been sold. Thanks how about a 205 or a a14 bolt.

Jarhead
October 16th, 2006, 08:13 PM
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...its this axle or a custom built one by currie, dynatrac, sunray... your choice

I spent what for the truck? What&#39;s another &#036;10,000...

95geo
October 16th, 2006, 08:42 PM
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...its this axle or a custom built one by currie, dynatrac, sunray... your choice

I spent what for the truck? What&#39;s another &#036;10,000...



good point.

keithshotrodshop
October 17th, 2006, 07:07 PM
I run a kingpin 79 ford 60 in the front of my jimmy and love it. BTW bob, I know the swap has been done, and I believe you can now buy the kit from ORU if you don&#39;t want to fabricate. I fully plan on swapping a dually ford 60 in the front of my silverado someday. I&#39;m kinda waiting for a 1986-1991 kingpin one with 4.10 gears and dually hubs already. Should go pretty cheap. I&#39;ve seen several sporting this combo go for less than 700.

Jarhead
October 17th, 2006, 10:10 PM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(keithshotrodshop &#064; Oct 17 2006, 07&#58;07 PM) 19061</div>

I run a kingpin 79 ford 60 in the front of my jimmy and love it. BTW bob, I know the swap has been done, and I believe you can now buy the kit from ORU if you don&#39;t want to fabricate. I fully plan on swapping a dually ford 60 in the front of my silverado someday. I&#39;m kinda waiting for a 1986-1991 kingpin one with 4.10 gears and dually hubs already. Should go pretty cheap. I&#39;ve seen several sporting this combo go for less than 700.
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Details :ahhh: Details :ahhh:
Once I realized you weren&#39;t talking about Oral Roberts University http://www.oru.edu/, I checked out ORU http://www.offroadunlimited.com/ProductCart/PC/mainindex.asp They have an IFS Conversion for the long wheel base such as the Suburban and Full-Size Pickup, but not the shorter wheel base Tahoe/Yukon/H2. It has to do with the driveshaft angles, plus their conversion kit eliminates the ABS Braking. I am willing to sacrifice ride quality for a solid axle but since it is still my daily driver (at this point) I would like to retain my ABS Braking. I have also researched lifting the entire suspension and retaining the IFS; every kit out their requires changing the back spacing on the wheels from 8.5" to 4.5" and at least 18" wheels. Think about the fact that I am already wide, now add eight more inches and I will be restricted to riding trails an H1 can get down because I will be wider than the H1. I just have to suffer in comfort with headed seats, lumbar support, satelite radio, lots of buttons and switches on the console, and enough room for the family...for now. :rolleyes:

keithshotrodshop
October 18th, 2006, 10:53 PM
You can use the kits for the longbeds on the shorter chasis. Front driveshaft angles are not any different, and a H2 is plenty long enough. If you want to retain the ABS and stay away from custom stuff and large wheels, I believe you can use a Ford Superduty front axle and just redrill it to a standard bolt pattern. But the real question is why you want to retain the ABS anyways Bob. They didn&#39;t even invent ABS until after you turned 60 :D

Jarhead
October 19th, 2006, 02:14 AM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(keithshotrodshop &#064; Oct 18 2006, 10&#58;53 PM) 19120</div>

...didn&#39;t even invent ABS until after you turned 60 :D
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:bootyshake: :bootyshake: :bootyshake:

phittie1100
October 19th, 2006, 08:41 AM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(keithshotrodshop &#064; Oct 18 2006, 10&#58;53 PM) 19120</div>

You can use the kits for the longbeds on the shorter chasis. Front driveshaft angles are not any different, and a H2 is plenty long enough. If you want to retain the ABS and stay away from custom stuff and large wheels, I believe you can use a Ford Superduty front axle and just redrill it to a standard bolt pattern. But the real question is why you want to retain the ABS anyways Bob. They didn&#39;t even invent ABS until after you turned 60 :D
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Oooh, ouch&#33; :scared:

Jarhead
October 19th, 2006, 12:45 PM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(keithshotrodshop &#064; Oct 18 2006, 10&#58;53 PM) 19120</div>

You can use the kits for the longbeds on the shorter chasis. Front driveshaft angles are not any different, and a H2 is plenty long enough...
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I have kicked this idea to "Ganz". He is a H2 Tech at the Milford Proving Grounds.

keithshotrodshop
October 19th, 2006, 07:11 PM
I know that most of my fab work looks like it was done by a monkey, but if you want to check out an example of a solid axle swap in a chevy, you should look at my jimmy. I roughly based it off an old kit that a company called stagewest makes, but made mine stronger. With 52 inch long leaf springs in the front, I was able to run 38 inches up an RTI ramp, which is alot better than the 7 1/2 I could with my IFS. Plus my truck rides alot nicer than it did stock, which suprised the hell out of me. That is why I have considered doing a swap on my silverado. For your app, to keep it simple, I would run a kingpin ford 60 (high pinion and dual piston calipers stock&#33;) and then run leafs meant for a 73-87 chevy truck. You probably would get a better ride than you do now, and your off-road capability would increase dramatically.

95geo
October 19th, 2006, 09:42 PM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(keithshotrodshop &#064; Oct 19 2006, 07&#58;11 PM) 19157</div>

I know that most of my fab work looks like it was done by a monkey, but if you want to check out an example of a solid axle swap in a chevy, you should look at my jimmy. I roughly based it off an old kit that a company called stagewest makes, but made mine stronger. With 52 inch long leaf springs in the front, I was able to run 38 inches up an RTI ramp, which is alot better than the 7 1/2 I could with my IFS. Plus my truck rides alot nicer than it did stock, which suprised the hell out of me. That is why I have considered doing a swap on my silverado. For your app, to keep it simple, I would run a kingpin ford 60 (high pinion and dual piston calipers stock&#33;) and then run leafs meant for a 73-87 chevy truck. You probably would get a better ride than you do now, and your off-road capability would increase dramatically.
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no offence keith but there is no way in hell i would spend some serious coin on an axle for an h2 and then put the truck on leafs....

bob, run a stiff sway bar and some pretty big diameter coilovers about 12" long with it linked. do a 3 link with a panhard (not radius arm style) so you can keep nice predictable steering. the truck will surprize you after that. youll find yourself seeing just how fast you can get through the choppy stuff :stupid:

this is on a 98ish style 2500

http://www.misfitoffroad.com/phpbb/files/img_2280_849_445.jpg

http://www.misfitoffroad.com/phpbb/files/img_2277_217_736.jpg

this is where its from: http://www.misfitoffroad.com/phpbb/viewtop...asc&start=0 (http://www.misfitoffroad.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=5959&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0)

RockyTop
October 20th, 2006, 07:46 AM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(indy &#064; Oct 15 2006, 06&#58;40 PM) 18961</div>
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(joe_jeep &#064; Oct 15 2006, 10&#58;34 AM) 18947

what year is the ford 60? lock outs or full time, king pin or ball joint thx
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Sorry I forgot to mention that its from a 78 snow fighter . King pin with drive flanges. [/b][/quote]

Kingpin, Great Movie but my wife hates it. I still piss her off when it comes on, I have to watch it. Kinda like Pulp Fiction.

keithshotrodshop
October 20th, 2006, 01:27 PM
Kingpin is one of my favorites too. That movie rocks.