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ok ok it was never meant to have over 250hp and a detroit but that's still no exuse for snapping axle shafts on the STREET


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85 4runner Project in progress - 35" BFG Muds, 5.29s, front Lock-Right & rear Spool, 5" Allpro front, chevy spring swap rear. lots of other junk and never enough jackstands.
 

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I saw the same thing happen on a semi floating Dana 60 with Strange Engineering axleshafts. Seems they arent built for side loads, only radial loads.

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Please get your facts straight, that bronco has well over 300hp and the shear torque twisted the axle and caused it to break. You forgot to tell the whole story too,it's not like the truck was just driving and it broke, i was there, i think it had something to do with a brake stand


[This message has been edited by Bronco's Rule (edited April 08, 2001).]
 
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