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Looking for C-Clip Eliminators for an Explorer 8.8 w/ disc brakes....

Like the title says, I am looking for c-clip eliminators for an Explorer 8.8 w/ disc brakes....anyone got any idea's? All the ones on Summit's website is for a Fox Body with drum brakes...
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to add to his, how about c clip eliminators for the D35? Or even how to do it?
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There is no aftermarket purchaseable C-Clip eliminator for the Dana 35 TTB. However, you can do this to the Dana 35 for a c-clip eliminator..
http://www.therangerstation.com/tech...liminator.html
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stay away from Cclip elminators. They arent up to the task for most 4x4's. They are mostly used on straight line cars, which is one of the reasons you dont find them for your application.
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stay away from Cclip elminators. They arent up to the task for most 4x4's. They are mostly used on straight line cars, which is one of the reasons you dont find them for your application.
x2. Thought about it for a 12 bolt I was going to use on my Zuk... In all the reading I did, I got the impression that it just wasn't the right thing to do for a 4x4.
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^^^ Good to know I was consdering the same thing looks like a 9" will be way way down the road. or a corporate 14
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Didn't realize that. Thanks.
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If you are running disc brakes you dont need them anyway. think about how is the axle going to slide out?
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Good Call....
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