Deaver F31's, Trussed 9", Wilwoods, 35" Projects, Paddle Tires

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355ranger

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Aug 31, 2006
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The 9" Housing and Axles

The 9" is 28 spline, 5x4.5 bolt pattern, trussed by JD fab, setup for ranger leafs. Approximately 61.5" wms to wms. One axle has a damaged bearing surface, so it needs a driver side axleshaft and bearing.
Housing and axles $200
5x4.5 to 5x5.5 wheel adapters(1 trip on them) $60

The leaf springs are SOLD...still have shackles, plates, and ubolts.

Camburg Tig Welded Shackles, Camburg U-bolt plates w/ Lower shock mounts, and 1 new set of u-bolts for ford 8.8 axle.
Shackles $100
Shock mount Plates $50
New u-bolts $20

Also have a 14" electric fan from Jeg's $40
and Wilwood compact master cylinder $20
35 x 12.50 R15 BFG's...SOLD

Paddle Tires Sand Viper II...SOLD

Wilwood Brakes...SOLD

3rd Member...SOLD

All prices are obo. I'm willing to seperate any parts and negotiate any package deal. Parts located in Encinitas, CA. Shoot me some offers, call or text.
Tyler 760-822-4147
 
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355ranger

Senior Member
Aug 31, 2006
121
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16
Encinitas
Do you still have the paddles?
Yeah, I still have them.

Was your ranger a 3.0 or 4.0 just wondering how it did with those paddles in the sand
My ranger has a chevy v8 and that's one of the reasons I want to go to a bigger size paddle. But it did great in Glamis, went up Olds in one gear. It's a good size for a stock motor ranger. 4.0 would be better, but I think even the 3.0 with the right gearing can spin them good enough.
 

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