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Old May 12th, 2016, 02:48 PM
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If I go LS, I'm going to get one of those really nice Novak bellhousings
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Old June 17th, 2016, 03:49 AM
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I got my spring perches, u-bolt plates, and single high steer arm in. The rear spring perches are designed so I don't have to do a shackle flip

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Old June 17th, 2016, 03:58 AM
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Black Rock Fab made all of my Axletech parts
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So what happened with this?
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I think it died. I know he was selling off the MRAP axles and parts.
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I think it died. I know he was selling off the MRAP axles and parts.
too bad.... I thought about building a few 715's: lookiing for inspiration.

front and rear axle and a t-case in that pile.

16R20's too.
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Old April 22nd, 2019, 08:00 PM
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I have a set of narrow Axletechs that I keep thinking about putting under one of my M715s. Probably once I get my shop built in the next year I will.
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Yeah, these are narrow. I think I am going to build a CCKW with them.
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Old April 23rd, 2019, 07:50 AM
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Nice. I got two sets, one for my International Loadstar 4x4 crewcab project and not sure what I'm using the other set for. I'm going tomorrow to look at a 1943 Ford Burma Jeep and was wondering what they would look like under it. Too many projects and not enough time.
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Nice. I got two sets, one for my International Loadstar 4x4 crewcab project and not sure what I'm using the other set for. I'm going tomorrow to look at a 1943 Ford Burma Jeep and was wondering what they would look like under it. Too many projects and not enough time.
That M725 would be good on them :flipoff2:

I have a nice 4x4 Paccar chassis I want to put a Loadstar crew onto. MX 13 at 500hp would be a nice tow rig. Can't find one around here.
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