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im just wondering what trucks i can rob axles out of (front and rear) to put under my RC? What is the standard width of rc and truck axles. Im putting together my parts list for a major junkyard sperience.
 

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Well, my 79 FSM says that the rc/td's have a 65.6 front track if it's a pd100 or ad100, and a 63.4 rear either way.

conventional cab is 65.7 front & 63.4 rear (w150), 65.3 (w200 & w300) or 65.6 (w400) front, and a 64 for single rear wheels, and 68 for duals

club & crew cabs, w150 is 65.7 front, and 63.4 rear, w200's are 65.3 for club cab, and 65.5 for crew cab, and 64.0 rear for both


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basically, if its from a 93 and older dodge, itll fit. if its a dana 60/70, you will need new driveshafts and some steering mods, but nothing too bad.

Duane
 

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TheRamChargerMan said:
Well, my 79 FSM says that the rc/td's have a 65.6 front track if it's a pd100 or ad100, and a 63.4 rear either way.

conventional cab is 65.7 front & 63.4 rear (w150), 65.3 (w200 & w300) or 65.6 (w400) front, and a 64 for single rear wheels, and 68 for duals

club & crew cabs, w150 is 65.7 front, and 63.4 rear, w200's are 65.3 for club cab, and 65.5 for crew cab, and 64.0 rear for both

Hope this helps.
Which points are those measurements from?? I'm trying to talk a friend of mine into getting a set of RC axles for his '98 Jeep TJ.. he's been talking about having Dana 44's built for it; I told him for the price of a single Dana 44.. he could have a pair of axles, gears and lockers installed. But I need to be able to give him accurate dimensions to go by.
I know they'll be wider.. we're just wanting to know just how much wider.
Thanks guys.
 
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