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Whats up. My name is Aaron and I am from South Central PA. I have been working on my truck for close to a year and a half and still have a long ways to go. My first priority is sprint car racing, so my time is very limited to work on the truck. I have also fallen into the never ending cycle of "Well Since I have it apart I might as well do this..." Anyways here she is.

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Looks good, specs? Welcome to R-F
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1993 4.0 with EB Dana 44 up front with a matching Ford 9" in the rear. Both with air lockers and 5.13 gears. Intending to install a fuel cell in the back, Fiberglass Fenders/Bedsides, and a Super Charger.
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That's sick, welcome
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Looks REAL GOOD! Welcome.
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Very nice!!

Do you happen to know what the inches width of the EB D44 rotor to rotor? I looking into axles and it's either a ED D44 or a 63 inch D30 because it will be my DD and I want to keep it in the fenders.
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Very nice!!

Do you happen to know what the inches width of the EB D44 rotor to rotor? I looking into axles and it's either a ED D44 or a 63 inch D30 because it will be my DD and I want to keep it in the fenders.
I'm not sure of the measurement but my guess is that the tires wouls stick out about 3 inches on either sided with the 37' s if have on it. You probably could get it pretty close if you ran a set of narrow 35's
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Right right. I actually looked around and got 58 inches which is funny because the Jeep D30s are around 63 inches. I can't believe EBs weren't even as wide as a Cherokee!
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Nice stance.
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welcome, awesome truck man! cant wait to see it finished
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Welcome. Looks great.
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