I would agree with you. I went up ya gotta be nuts way easier than anyone else in our group went up the normal way. But the fear factor is much lessThanks Bart. Yea it was nice. Did it again last weekend also. It is the easy way up. The original route is still probably the hardest obstical on the Maze trail.
I don't remember that but I am sure it is true. When you have money invested into something it is hard to give it up. The 50 was given to me when my dana 44 gave up the ghost and was beyond repair so I went with it. Lessons can only be learned through trial and error. Do I wish I had the 60 from the beginning, sure. But oh well. The nice part is that I can rob parts off of this like the hubs, the Artec knuckles with High steer arms and the outer shafts.Ryan actually offered him a 60 in trade since all he wanted was from the knuckles out. I'm sure Kevin learned his lesson
I think and have heard it is possible to take the guts of a 35 spline and they work in the 50 but parts are still expensive if they are even available. just decided to start over.Didn't Carl Jantz do machining to fit dana 60 inners into a d50 center in that d50 ttb red desert yj a few years ago?
Seems like maybe 35 spline d60 arb side gears fit the d50 arb.