Stock front d35 diff, d44 hubs. I should have specified, it’s an a arm truck. Still gets 18+”So you are running the stock D35 diff or D44 and going the hybrid route?
For rangers yeah. The solo Toyota kit is similar. The Rcv axles make it possible. Their non plunging 930 inner joints are good to 40° The liters are good for 45. At like 18-19” they’re at about 30° but camber gets bad at more droop than that and the tierods are maxed. Could get a little more up travel but it already has bad ground clearance at full bump even on 37’s.Wow dude... Are you like the only one to do that with an A-arm set up?
No, this thing has already snowballed big time, and I think the owner is trying to stop the bleeding at some point. We’ll see how fast it goes through racks and go from there.Dang this is cool! Are you going to go swingset steer? The rack won't be happy with that much droop lol
Yes, that’s me. Was it a Dixon kit or one you made? That’s about all you can get with stock cv’s. Still enough to have fun with imo.This is Brandon from BTF, right?
Always wanted the 4x4 race kit for my ranger.
I ordered some custom ranger axles from you about 6-7 years ago. Only got 13" out of my long travel, but felt great.
18" of IFS 4x4 will be awesome!
Don’t let him go! Tell him ‘if you build it… they will come’No, this thing has already snowballed big time, and I think the owner is trying to stop the bleeding at some point. We’ll see how fast it goes through racks and go from there.
It’s non plunging 930 inners from Rcv, along with their d44 outlets for a full-size bronco/f150.Ho Lee Chit! I’m currently drawing up an A-arm 4wd kit for 97-03 F-150’s with D44 hubs. Can you send me a rundown on the axle you’re using? I was going to go full hood and weld some axles together.