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Old 05-16-2014, 03:16 PM
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However, we all agree on the topic of turtles....it's the common bond.
Lol.
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Old 05-16-2014, 03:22 PM
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However, we all agree on the topic of turtles....it's the common bond.
Weird isn't it
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Old 05-16-2014, 03:52 PM
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Take it apart and see for sure... no there isn't a black box to tell you everything you want to know like the internet is here to tell you how to wheel.
I already have disassembled the trans. The only part damaged is the parking paw and sprocket it locks into. I guess its good the internet can tell me how to wheel. Does it give you instructions on how to drive down a gravel road in the rain?

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Two questions, What is your definition of wheeling? and Who on here really wheels like you do?
I believe you know how I wheel and there are very few people on here that drive on anything rougher than a wet gravel road let alone really wheel.

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Yet again this isn't pirate, this thread isn't about 4x4, mudding or rock crawling it's about lifted trucks... if you're that hardcore maybe you need to go pirate... and stay.
I don't typically post on here. Especially not in these kinds of threads, but considering the sheer amount of bad advice you seem to give out in threads you quite honestly don't belong I have fun reminding people like you how little you know.

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So you just grabbed a set of stock axles? didn't regear? no disc brakes? no upgrades at all?

I see you did add that bitchin cover tho...
Yup in the junkyard they are presetup with chromo axles, 5.38's and lockers. Pretty good deal if you ask me. Man and them fancy factory disk brakes on the rear are boss hoss.

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My words about this not being pirate was referring to you talking down on 2wd...

This is about rangers... not bronco's or f-150's
The same basic rule on axles applies to Broncos/f150's as it does to rangers. There isn't some mystical power that makes axles in rangers stronger.

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You missed the point completely...
I don't believe you have had a point yet. At least not one with any worth.


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Guess they should have spent that money on a set of Branik U-joint axles instead of that birfield bullshit.

But then again I guess in your mind the ears would have broke right? shit happens.
That shaft isn't broken in the stronger birfield. The ears may have broken or more likely the shaft would have just failed at the hub splines like is typical with chromo 44 shafts. I have pictures of that one as well. Had to stop the entire trail ride to fix a jeep with a ford hp44 swap his shaft because it sheared. He has since swapped to rcv's as well. Weird.
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Old 05-16-2014, 04:13 PM
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I already have disassembled the trans. The only part damaged is the parking paw and sprocket it locks into. I guess its good the internet can tell me how to wheel. Does it give you instructions on how to drive down a gravel road in the rain?
Every time you post something else broke... was it the tire? t-case? torque convertor? snow? what? make up your mind.

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I believe you know how I wheel and there are very few people on here that drive on anything rougher than a wet gravel road let alone really wheel.
So if I go out and drive my truck up a dry creekbed and fuck up the driveshaft you'll shut up?

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I don't typically post on here. Especially not in these kinds of threads, but considering the sheer amount of bad advice you seem to give out in threads you quite honestly don't belong I have fun reminding people like you how little you know.
What bad advice did I give?

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Yup in the junkyard they are presetup with chromo axles, 5.38's and lockers. Pretty good deal if you ask me. Man and them fancy factory disk brakes on the rear are boss hoss.
then it cost a little more than you said... thanks for finally admitting that.

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The same basic rule on axles applies to Broncos/f150's as it does to rangers. There isn't some mystical power that makes axles in rangers stronger.
No, but a ranger is lighter than a bronco or f150, common sense. Put a D60 under a dump truck on 30's and see how long it lasts.

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That shaft isn't broken in the stronger birfield. The ears may have broken or more likely the shaft would have just failed at the hub splines like is typical with chromo 44 shafts. I have pictures of that one as well. Had to stop the entire trail ride to fix a jeep with a ford hp44 swap his shaft because it sheared. He has since swapped to rcv's as well. Weird.
So if the splines would have failed anyway, where did that "stronger" birfield get him? no where... exactly

One thing I'm wondering is since 44's suck so much... why do so many of your buddies you ride with have them? not like it cost any more for a 60 right? I mean that's what you said right?
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Old 05-16-2014, 04:39 PM
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However, we all agree on the topic of turtles....it's the common bond.
I prefer tortoises
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Old 05-16-2014, 05:45 PM
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I like big tits better than turtles or tortises.
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Old 05-16-2014, 05:46 PM
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Turtle soup anyone?

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Old 05-16-2014, 05:47 PM
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I like big tits better than turtles or tortises.
Hell yeah
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Old 05-16-2014, 08:32 PM
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I prefer tortoises
Finally, A man with some sense!
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Old 05-16-2014, 09:12 PM
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Finally, A man with some sense!
No, the guy who mentioned the tits has the sense.
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Old 05-16-2014, 10:05 PM
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What's everybody talking about again...??
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Old 05-16-2014, 10:18 PM
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What's everybody talking about again...??
Something about how we all scream for ice cream
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Old 05-16-2014, 10:24 PM
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Every time you post something else broke... was it the tire? t-case? torque convertor? snow? what? make up your mind.



So if I go out and drive my truck up a dry creekbed and fuck up the driveshaft you'll shut up?



What bad advice did I give?



then it cost a little more than you said... thanks for finally admitting that.



No, but a ranger is lighter than a bronco or f150, common sense. Put a D60 under a dump truck on 30's and see how long it lasts.



So if the splines would have failed anyway, where did that "stronger" birfield get him? no where... exactly

One thing I'm wondering is since 44's suck so much... why do so many of your buddies you ride with have them? not like it cost any more for a 60 right? I mean that's what you said right?
I give up your right a d44 and 8.8 are the best axles for a ford ranger ever. D60's are dumb and mudding with big tires on stock axles is the best.

As for broken parts your the one that keeps quoting something I guessed was bad from over a year ago lol. My bad I will keep my thread more updated with exact parts breakage.

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Old 05-16-2014, 11:31 PM
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Turtle soup anyone?
Amateur. The animals come in their own soup bowl, why are you dirtying up some china?
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Old 05-17-2014, 12:27 AM
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Amateur. The animals come in their own soup bowl, why are you dirtying up some china?
Only picture I could find real quick
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