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    Quote Originally Posted by NecessaryEvil View Post
    Looks good.


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    Looks good!!! I just finished a 2006 F250 front and a 2005 14 bolt rear.


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    My question for the 60 swap, does it have to be within a certain year vehicle to be able and swap it over in a jk? I'm trying to learn this stuff and I have no clue really so maybe this can one day be an option for me


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eezybreezy08 View Post
    My question for the 60 swap, does it have to be within a certain year vehicle to be able and swap it over in a jk? I'm trying to learn this stuff and I have no clue really so maybe this can one day be an option for me


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    For junkyard axles, it just means different mounting and ABS options.

    99+ or 2005+ are different. Both can be used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raven12 View Post
    For junkyard axles, it just means different mounting and ABS options.

    99+ or 2005+ are different. Both can be used.
    True facts

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    Superduty axle swap on a jku

    Ok seen mention of needing different master cylinder to run the ford calipers, but no mention of which one. Getting ready to help a buddy out and do his swap, what did everyone use? Thanks in advance


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    Quote Originally Posted by Redchilitj24 View Post
    Ok seen mention of needing different master cylinder to run the ford calipers, but no mention of which one. Getting ready to help a buddy out and do his swap, what did everyone use? Thanks in advance


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    Check out "coming up to speed with grubbicon." He did a super duty swap on his JK and used the different master cylinder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redchilitj24 View Post
    Ok seen mention of needing different master cylinder to run the ford calipers, but no mention of which one. Getting ready to help a buddy out and do his swap, what did everyone use? Thanks in advance


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    I am using Mopar P/N P5160050 with great results.

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    Thanks will look into both


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    IMG_20170331_170902_978.jpghad to buy new brakes, i tried to save the stock ones but rotors and calipers had way tomuch damage to them.

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