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considering swapping in some stronger axles to my 83, wanting to know who's done what and what works well. d60/ 44/ mog axles?

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i didnt break it, i was just testing its durability
 

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im saving up for some 37 13 boggers, so it may start to become annoying breaking more parts

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Your toy axles should be o.k with the 37 boggers.But if you have the money you might as well get the D60s instead of the D44s. The bigger the better.

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Just buy a set of Longs birfields, they are guaranteed with free replacements for life. And apparently they are pretty tough.

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where can you get the longs birfields, how much are they?

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Go to the pirate board and do a search there. They were recently tested on the hammers with 38's and held up fine. They are $115 US a side with cores.

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Sweet I gotta get me some of those. There's a guy here in Abby (don't know if he's on here or not) that's running 39.5's on stock toy axles. 5.29s will take care of 37s unless you're just planning on beating the everloving snot out of it everywhere


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I have a rear Dana60 with 9" ends and disk brakes, 35 spline moser shafts in the rear. High pinion 44 up front with stock application shafts up front for a 62" width front and rear. Feel free to ask if you have any questions. Yea you can get by with the toy stuff but if you want some width you need to go elsewhere..

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