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Discussion in 'Shocks, Suspensions, Lift Kits' started by Josh Adams, October 7, 2002.

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  1. Josh Adams

    Josh Adams Elite Ranger

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    I may be getting a hold of 2 early model broncos, the very first body style ones, and was wondering if the front axle in those things are wide enough/narrow enough to use in a solid axle swap.

    If not, what would it take to get it to fit. Gonna be put into a '91 Explorer more than likely.

    Thanks
     
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    EBs started in 66. Not sure when the first body style stopped.

    However they used low pinion D30s until 71 I believe.

    Wouldn't be worth it really unless it was a 76-77 D44 because those had discs.

    Width is slightly wider than stock D35 TTB setup.
     






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