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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-18-2007, 02:35 PM Thread Starter
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Ultimate 44/9", what do you think?

I think i'm keeping with a 44/9" for my bronco. I don't want them to break and I want to spend cash once. The rig will be on bead locked 36's/ has a stock maybe a mild 302 in it. It will see every sort of trails from mud, to big rocks, to hills and DD duty. I plan on keeping the rig/ axles for a long time. How does this combo sound?

D44 front
-HP 44 housing narrowed to EB width
-Yukon alloy shafts
-Super joints
-Yukon 4.88's
-Auburn electrac
-New ball joints
-New wheel/spindle/ carrier bearings
-10 bolt knuckles
-ttb spindles/ hubs/rotors
-chevy caliper brackets/calipers
-warn hubs/ flanges depending on the run
-knuckle over steering with 7/8" 1 ton tre's, 1.5x.250 wall tubing, hydro assist if cash allows
-Gusseted c's

-Currie race + nodular third
-nodular daytona pinion support, 3.25 carrier bearings
-35 spline shafts
-35 spline spool 3.25 bearings
-Yukon 4.88's
-New bearings throughout
-Rear discs
-1350 yoke
-skid plate for the $$$$$$ third

That combo sound like a winner? It's not exactly cheap but it should last for ever with 36's and a mild motor.
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