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Can one make 4x4 out of a Monogram Ford F-250 pickup, by using the axles and transfercase of the Monogram Bronco kit?


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#21 Luc Janssens

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 08:32 AM

VCG Resins offers a Dana 60 center section in resin, you have to supply the axle tubes but this would be ideal to build your own front axle. They also offer a Ford resin transfer case.

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www.vcgresins.com


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Posted 12 August 2012 - 04:54 AM

Ford actually used the dana 50 all the way up until 2001 in the f250s and than they switched all axles to the dana 60. They used the ttb in al trucks up until 99 unless it had the dana 60 up front. Than they used a leaf spring solid axle type front end. A good place to look for reference and advice are powerstrokenation.com and powerstrokearmy.com. Ive been a member on both sites for years now.

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