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Old December 29th, 2015, 02:43 AM
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Can you use stock parts off of the newer Superduty trucks for rear disc?
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Old December 29th, 2015, 07:06 AM
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Can you use stock parts off of the newer Superduty trucks for rear disc?
Short Answer... NO... most of the sterling newer 10.50 metric won't interchange to the sterling 10.25....

Only a few people have done it... not worth the hassle nor the money.
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Old December 29th, 2015, 01:29 PM
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Man, you're moving on this thing! Looking great!

Have you thought about marketing those motor mounts? I remember a while back someone looking for some, and someone mentioning a swap company that had some in process... Maybe RuffStuff would resell them as a diy kit? Not a huge demand, but there are a few FSJs out there.
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Got a bit more done.... Got the Ford ZF and Married NP205 (to-be Twin Sticked) modified and together. [Yes the NP205 will be supported additionally and will not be haning just off the back of the ZF... I'm aware they are prone to breaking tailhousings even with the light BW1356... let alone a anchor of a NP205]

(Method: used a gasket as a template and then utilized a 1.50" hole saw... worked out pretty good I thought)

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Old December 31st, 2015, 03:27 PM
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Cool beans! Looks like fun.
Going to go with cables on the linkages?
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Going to go with cables on the linkages?
Notta.... While I am retaining the OEM M-715 E-brake handle on the passenger side... the driver side drop TCase I will be doing hard linkages and modifiying my trans tunnel cover...

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Looks great. I missed it, is that trans new... its purdy
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Looks great. I missed it, is that trans new... its purdy
The one shown with the shift linkages is reference only...

Mine tho.. (with the rusty crusty NP205... no is not new..... actually already has a 100k on the clock)
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Notta.... While I am retaining the OEM M-715 E-brake handle on the passenger side... the driver side drop TCase I will be doing hard linkages and modifiying my trans tunnel cover...

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Old January 1st, 2016, 07:13 PM
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Gotcha. Mine all start off that way too


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