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Old September 29th, 2010, 10:08 PM
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Here is the classifieds link for anyone interested in those parts: SAS PARTS FOR SALE.



Cecil, I cant wait to see how it turns out! Looks like everyone will finish before me!




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got a set of rockwells i can get, just want to see if someone wants to buy this stuff first.


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Ive got a set of rockwells ready to go, just waiting on a couple cash offers to respond. If they dont then ill just trade them for the rockwells.

Heres what i know.

*Both axles have 30-40k miles on them.
*30-40k miles on axles
*Narrowed Front axle
*New bearing, boots and races on front
*debraked front, will have to debrake rear.

Ive been pricing things out and its looking something like this.

u-bolts= $200
top plates= $350 (might just make my own)
spring perches= $400
driveshaft assembly minus tubing= $240
used takeout driveshaft= $200 would have to change the flange out to a slip yoke
custom made 20x11 wheels= $1,200 i will be waiting on these, because i have a set of 46" baja claws on 16.5x14 rockwell wheels that im interested in


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Sounds sick dude. Who makes the custom made wheels?




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theres a few different places that are local fl shops. Most of these places make tractor wheels but will make you any wheel you need, and can cut custom designed centers. Ill post up some pictures of some that have been made. Ive talked to 3 different shops and all have and do drive their wheels on the road in excess of 75mph.

The other option for 2.5 ton wheels is stazworks but those are full bead locks and are illegal to run on the street. not saying i wouldnt do it


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Bogger's always RULE, nothing else compares on a Big Ford.
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Bogger's always RULE, nothing else compares on a Big Ford.
Boggers are very limited in SIZE. The only size that is offered in a 20" wheel is 54's and im NOT spending 700+ per tire to run 54's. Ive heard some rumors spread around that interco will be making a limited amount of 44" Boggers for 20" wheels, you have to pre order them before they make yours.

Im more than likely already set of a set of CUT 46" Baja Claws. And CUT claws do very well.


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just found me a running 351m c6 2wd for 300 it comes with long tube headers, dist, carb, mild cam, refreshened internals (nice nice nice)

hoping to go pick it up this week or next weekend.


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