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Thread: Fabricated 4WD Diffs based on the Ford 9"

  1. #61
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    Looking at possibly nissan third with dana 60 outers.
    3.7 gears and custom rcv or longfield cv axles. Just not sure on the steering side of things and whether the hybrid diff housing could be made with enough clearance using a h233 or h260 third.... this is way harder then I expected lol!
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    There was somebody doing LC80/100 front axles with Patrol front centre?

    Short of that or LC/Lux centres into your housings I'm guessing you'll be putting a lot of coin down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slunnie View Post
    There was somebody doing LC80/100 front axles with Patrol front centre?

    Short of that or LC/Lux centres into your housings I'm guessing you'll be putting a lot of coin down.
    I am of the opinion that the toy conversion is not going to gain me anything over the current arrangement.

    I want to step it up a notch and yes I feel the coin side of this is going to hurt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimace View Post
    I am of the opinion that the toy conversion is not going to gain me anything over the current arrangement.

    I want to step it up a notch and yes I feel the coin side of this is going to hurt!
    You talking 9's in fabricated housings?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slunnie View Post
    You talking 9's in fabricated housings?
    9 or Nissan not entirely sure what to do! I feel the H260 nissan third will be too large so may have to work with a hi9
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimace View Post
    9 or Nissan not entirely sure what to do! I feel the H260 nissan third will be too large so may have to work with a hi9
    Uny luck with this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackrangie View Post
    Uny luck with this?
    Nope, everything was practically double my anticipated budget.

    Which is mainly my fault for being such a poor tight....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimace View Post
    Nope, everything was practically double my anticipated budget.

    Which is mainly my fault for being such a poor tight....
    Yeah tuff gear is not cheap..but then again breaking good gear is expensive

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    Toy Hybrib diff

    I'm running lux rear center (beefed up and locker), custom axle and flange. Front is a beefed up 100 serrries beefed up, custom axles with long field cv and locker with 35" Simeon. 350 vortex chev 245kw and 550nm. I drive it pretty hard and it's bullet proof. My setup would run 40's all day long. Rover housings retain ground clearance its win win. In saying that a full Ashcroft setup is still pretty strong

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuttbag007 View Post
    I'm running lux rear center (beefed up and locker), custom axle and flange. Front is a beefed up 100 serrries beefed up, custom axles with long field cv and locker with 35" Simeon. 350 vortex chev 245kw and 550nm. I drive it pretty hard and it's bullet proof. My setup would run 40's all day long. Rover housings retain ground clearance its win win. In saying that a full Ashcroft setup is still pretty strong
    Have you got pics of this or some more details?
    Who did your axles & hubs?
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