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Articles in the 'Axles' Category

Aussie Locker in a Dana 44 – Review & Install

Thursday, January 15th, 2009

Product Review and Install into a Dana 44 – Product Review by Jon Hanna (Admin)

Brake Caliper Rebuild

Tuesday, January 13th, 2009

Tech article by Jason Rodgers (Gummi Bear) We’ve all had brake problems at one point or another, sometimes even the caliper is needing to be replaced. I’m going to show you how to rebuild one, to save the cost of a rebuilt unit. This is inexpensive, and pretty easy to do. Once you do one, […]

9″ Axle Removal

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

Tech article by Joe O’Neil (Mr Joe)

What’s my gear ratio?

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

Tech article by Honorio Madriaga (madgyver) Tools needed A flat surface Masking tape 4 feet of string Chalk (for marking) Hydraulic jack with stands (if needed) Simple five steps

OX Locker Install

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

Tech article by Clay McGuill (eBronc) You want traction? Get locked. Both wheels locked together on the same axle, all four wheels locked to the transfer case = maximum traction. No wheel slip, no spin. Just relentless, crawl-over-boulders-the-size-of-Volkswagens-even-when-one-or-two-tires-are-dangling-two-feet-in-the-air traction. “How”, you ask?

Wristed Axle Housing

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

Tech article by Merle Howard (Howiebilt) The first thing you have to do is get some help. You already know that you will have to cut your front axle housing in half and the darned thing weighs more than most mortals can lift by themselves. I have chosen to use a band saw, to do […]

Measure Pinion Angle

Friday, January 2nd, 2009

Tech article by 70_Steve Several years ago, I installed a 2 ½” suspension lift on my mostly stock ’70 Bronco. The lift turned out very well, and I was very pleased with myself. It completely changed the way my Bronco looked, and I was proud to drive it down the street. So proud, in fact, […]