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Old 25-07-2011
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unsure yet have just stockpiled up on some standards for my week at cruiser park and after that ill be deciding what im going to do but its a tossup whether to put a front 44 in or a built hp30
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damm busted a front axle first day out
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looks great with the half doors on it.
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thanks for the positive comments guys. yes i do think a 44 for the front is on the cards. what 44 would best be used to keep similar wheel track and 5x4.5 stud pattern? or would it be best to try and find a d44 / 9inch combo?
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thanks for the positive comments guys. yes i do think a 44 for the front is on the cards. what 44 would best be used to keep similar wheel track and 5x4.5 stud pattern? or would it be best to try and find a d44 / 9inch combo?
i have been told that there are certain xj's that have a hp d44 frond diff & axle assembly
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i have never heard of an xj with a 44 front ever. us tj rubicons are the only 44 fronts that would fit by only changing the panhard mount. i would think i would be looking at an f150 front 44 but i would have to shorten the long side by a couple of inches to get it similar to a tj rear 44. but rather than shorten it i could do a 44 /9" and keep them full width and just change the offset of rims.
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Nice pics Shitter.
Good to see it gettin used
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