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I hope so.

I am kinda stuck here all of a sudden no one can find me the right CV style U joint output for the front tcase. So I have a drivesahft that is cut to made and it probably isnt going to work out with a 1350 CV.
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I understand. Getting the truck running is a little more important than the color of the headlights.
No, no, no he needs to black em out, put his 06 mirrors on, and tint the windows ASAP. No point in running it until you it looks fly!!

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...to the edge and I'm about to break!



On a side note Beard, I can't believe you would take $5k for this monster. It's probably well worth $20k in just parts.
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On a side note Beard, I can't believe you would take $5k for this monster. It's probably well worth $20k in just parts.
He was being sarcastic
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He was being sarcastic
haha at least I got one person. lmao
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Beard, have you contacted these guys?

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Pirate4x4.Com - The largest off roading website in the world.

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GB :)
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I know you put flanges on your cage inside the fender but you had to put some in the rear by the third brake light..cant tell in the pictures tho..

You use the same style the two bolt hole one?
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haha at least I got one person. lmao
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I know you put flanges on your cage inside the fender but you had to put some in the rear by the third brake light..cant tell in the pictures tho..

You use the same style the two bolt hole one?
No flanges back there. It is all welded.
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HAD gets theirs from the same supplier as everyone else. Spicer and Neapco are the main manufacturers.
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Well I know you have heard every compliment in the book but....

I just spent about three hours reading through this entire thread lol...I am just amazed at the work you have put into this. When you're in this deep though you gotta do it right piece by piece!! Its gonna be awesome when you're done..heck it's already sick. Without a doubt this thing could be on the front of a magazine...

Now what do I do for the rest of time at work?? hahah..gotta love slow days.

Can't wait to keep up with this thread now that I'm up to date!
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Thanks Matt. Its getting there just taking way longer than i wanted.
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Thanks Matt. Its getting there just taking way longer than i wanted.
It always does...
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No doubt about it but that's what makes oh so many conversations fun to talk about in the future when you're sitting around after an awesome day of wheelin' haha. Soon man soon!!!
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It always does...
Says the guy that has the lifelong SAS project haha, I believe you're speaking from experience here
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HAD gets theirs from the same supplier as everyone else. Spicer and Neapco are the main manufacturers.
But did you consider what they may already have in stock??



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But did you consider what they may already have in stock??



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you lost me bud? they havent made such a product ever. Not in a 32 spline version. No one has. I cant fit a 1350 CV flange because of shifter clearance. Its a tight tight fit. I will most likely order a strong 1310 driveshaft from Tom Woods Driveshaft and call it good. Though I hate to run a dang 1310 with 400hp and 42s.
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No doubt about it but that's what makes oh so many conversations fun to talk about in the future when you're sitting around after an awesome day of wheelin' haha. Soon man soon!!!
or.... dang if i had only saved my money...
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I took a picture when it was in the corner of the shop a few weeks ago. Its in the center of the shop now. I should get some new pictures.

SOFA KING HOT!
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I will have some updated pictures tomorrow.
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you lost me bud? they havent made such a product ever. Not in a 32 spline version. No one has. I cant fit a 1350 CV flange because of shifter clearance. Its a tight tight fit. I will most likely order a strong 1310 driveshaft from Tom Woods Driveshaft and call it good. Though I hate to run a dang 1310 with 400hp and 42s.

Oh snap. I'm clearly in over my head here. Sorry.

I was linking you to a 32 spline adapter for a NP203 for the REAR. What front case are you running? I'm still betting that HAD could have anything made that you need, instead of running an inferior sized u-joint yoke that you KNOW you're gonna break.



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Says the guy that has the lifelong SAS project haha, I believe you're speaking from experience here
Most definitely speaking from experience here. I wasn't just talking about Beard here. I was talking about projects in general. Everything just takes way longer.
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^ i agreee
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Oh snap. I'm clearly in over my head here. Sorry.

I was linking you to a 32 spline adapter for a NP203 for the REAR. What front case are you running? I'm still betting that HAD could have anything made that you need, instead of running an inferior sized u-joint yoke that you KNOW you're gonna break.



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i could ask him but i doubt it. i have a 205. i have his email so i guess an email wont hurt.
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Most definitely speaking from experience here. I wasn't just talking about Beard here. I was talking about projects in general. Everything just takes way longer.
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^ i agreee
except i can typically hammer out some projects in a decent amount of time. just not this one
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except i can typically hammer out some projects in a decent amount of time. just not this one
if you knew what you were doing, it may be different
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