I did not lengthin my wheelbase, if anything it is a itty bit shorter now.splodo49 said:You didnt have to space the radius arms out from the frame?
46's ??? that is Dana 60/14 bolt + territoryscootr2200 said:This might have been covered a 10000x times, but what options would one have for rear axles? I've got a Ranger and want to run 46's on it with a FW SAS and I'm thinking that I'm going to have to cut off my hangers and run F150 springs. And the same with the front... what coil can be used to get enough lift to clear 46's?
Sorry for the newbe questions.
Correct me if I am wrong but the f150 had a d44 and 9". Personally I don't think they will handle the 44+" tires for very long if taken off the hiway. Hell they may grenade on the hiway.scootr2200 said:Yeah, I'll be getting beefy axles... hopefully from a friends '77 F150 that's on 44" Boggers now. I'm just wondering what leafs will work well in the rear and what coils work well up front.
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