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Checking Interest: Rear axle flip

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Rear axle flip

Just seeing if this would be of any use to anyone. It came off of the truck that I got my 8.8 out of. The only thing not included is the u-bolts which I used on my rear end. This will put your axles about your leaf springs which will lower your truck. What you see is what you get. Located in Indiana and will ship at cost. Thanks for looking.

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Two flip brackets that go on like so
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if im thinking right this would lower the truck correct
 
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yes sir
 
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tell me if im wrong couldnt someone use this if they wanted to put in an explorer axle right?
 
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Now that you say that I guess maybe that would work
 
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i wasnt sure man just trying to help your sale lol
 
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No, I am glad you said that. I never though of it that way. The axle flip was the only way I have seen it but I dont see why you couldnt use it to put an expo axle in a Ranger. I dont think it would be as strong though.
 
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^^ thats what i was thinking idk how strong it would be
 
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u get a ls on your new axle?

....sorry off topic lol i just remember you've been looking for that for a long time haha
 
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Ya, 4.10 L/S is what I got in the truck now. Put the rear end in over the summer. Just cleaning my closet out and found those brackets. Figured someone could use them
 
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Found someone on RPS who is interested in it. We will see what happens
 
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