- Mar 1, 2005
I am noticing most every truck I look under the axles look almost like tooth picks compared to the old BJ, what is a cruiser axle equivilant to as far as Dana BS goes???
Really?!? That is funny, LOL. I just saw advertisement for u-joints to replace the "weak" Birfields in Toyota solid front axles a couple of weeks ago. And they want crazy $$$ for it.crushers said:what is funny, last year or the year before Dana came out with...
wait for it...
birfields to replace there "weak" ujoint axles...
just too funny.
here's one for you, the Mitsubishi J series which is a CJ2B knock off with D30 front and D44 rear has...Eric Winkworth said:hahahahaha
I am going to have to tell the jeepers that, I've been making fun of there axles ever since I got the cruiser and everything else on there little jeeps
kinda/sorta...with bobby's new 30 spline set-up your axles should, according to bobby's research, be stronger than a D-60.
Hi Brett...dieselbigot said:kinda/sorta...with bobby's new 30 spline set-up your axles should, according to bobby's research, be stronger than a D-60.
The only problem for us 7X owners is that they are a set (birf's & inners) and he is only making them for minis, 40's & 60's.
Personally, I think the stock 7X inners with bobby's regular 27 spline birfs is plenty strong enough. Just don't run bigger than 35' tyres, don't stay locked while backing up and turning, and don''t drive like an ass-hat
I pulled the inners out of a 85' BJ70, the shafts were nearly identical to all the 40 shafts I had sitting around... I have some pics somewhere. The housing is a tad wider, anyone in need of a BJ70 housing?dieselbigot said:Greg,
what about that thread (here on Mud I think) that showed 40, 60 & 70 shafts all lined up...the long side 70 shafts were a little longer than a 40 but not as long as a 60?