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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-05-2002, 08:05 PM
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front and rear chunk the same?

Are the front and rear chunks the same? the search buttons 24 hour vacation is goin on about its second week. I only ask becuase i amlocked in the back and open in the front. seems the a welded rear looks way more controlable so i was gonna pull the chunks and swap them. I could swap the locker over but it would be sensless if there the same. thanks in advance
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Re: front and rear chunk the same?

I think the splines on hte axles are diferent!
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Re: front and rear chunk the same?

Yes they are the same but you have to swap side gears the rear is a 26 spline and the front is 22. if you welded the rear you might not be able to swap.
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Re: front and rear chunk the same?

could i then use the axles from the rear...wouldnt this make the axles Stronger???
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Re: front and rear chunk the same?

then ya coouldnt steer [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] i have about 15 different axles/chucks laying around so a complete swap would be way easier.... thanks guys..
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Re: front and rear chunk the same?

i meant the inards.....
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Re: front and rear chunk the same?

oh no, you would need to turn right? rear axles don't have a joint on them (ie birffield or U-joint)
And expensive way to do something is to take both rear axles cut and shave/spline them down th execpt the front birfield joint then slap some Birfield Rings on
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Re: front and rear chunk the same?

no if you want those you can get some from calmini for about 300 total for both sides
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I would want what?
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Re: front and rear chunk the same?

daa were di they go george were did they go



I am having some trouble with new sammy/ the rear third member main bearing is bad the one that the drive shaft bolts up to/ has anyone changed one
I like some info
If i have to remove the axles and the third member i will wait and get me some lockers then replace the bearing/
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