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    Superduty axle swap on a jku

    I'll be starting my 1 ton swap this week it will be a slow build. I'll be running an 06 superduty d60 front and matching superduty 10.5 rear.
    Who else is running superduty axles! Post your build pictures!
    Yes I fit a 72" sterling in my jeep haha
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    Nice looking rig. Good luck with the swap!


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    Grubbicon has those under his. Also gr8white is getting his finished up.

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    I'm also working on them but it'll be another yr till I'm done. ,)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rb1boxer_3 View Post
    I'm also working on them but it'll be another yr till I'm done. ,)

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    Yea I've talked to grubbicon that's like my end goal hahah. I'll check out the other one!

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    I'll be subscribing to this thread bc I've been pinching my pennies to do the same thing. Have you ever heard of a "super 60"? Ran into some random dude at the junkyard while I was looking for superduty axles and he was talking so sort of crazy talk. Anywho, just wondering what the hell a "super 60" was. Good luck on the swap!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Broke_JKowner View Post
    I'll be subscribing to this thread bc I've been pinching my pennies to do the same thing. Have you ever heard of a "super 60"? Ran into some random dude at the junkyard while I was looking for superduty axles and he was talking so sort of crazy talk. Anywho, just wondering what the hell a "super 60" was. Good luck on the swap!!!!


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    A super 60 was found on the f450/550. It is even wider and has larger knuckles. 10 lug, 10" ring gear, and 1550 u joints.

    There is a way to fit the 10" ring gear into the standard 60's.


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    A super 60 is almost twice as good as a super 35!!!




    Sorry... couldn't resist.


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    Quote Originally Posted by raven12 View Post
    A super 60 was found on the f450/550. It is even wider and has larger knuckles. 10 lug, 10" ring gear, and 1550 u joints.

    There is a way to fit the 10" ring gear into the standard 60's.


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    Thanks for the reply. Like I said dude was talking crazy talk. I'm pretty sure there will never be a time in my life or budget I'll need an axle that big. Lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by bthomas View Post
    A super 60 is almost twice as good as a super 35!!!




    Sorry... couldn't resist.


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    Yeah, that was a good one....


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