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    My PR60's with Full Float

    Here is what I am about ready to order. Anyone see anything I may have missed or have opinions on anything? I am ordering the DTD and EVOLever system. I have been going over this a awhile and don't want to miss anything Thanks in advance!

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    Complete Custom Dynatrac Pro Series 60 High-Pinion 8x6.5" Front Axle Assembly - '13 Jeep JK
    Custom Machined Dynatrac Pro Rock 60 High Ground Clearance, High Pinion (Reverse-cut) Heavy Duty Nodular Iron Housing w/Pro Rock 60 Nodular Iron Diff Cover
    Matched Housing Geometry, Pinion Angle, and Wheel Alignment for Vehicle's Suspension
    Axle Width - 68.5"
    ARB Air Locker Differential, D60, 35 Spline w/ARB Kit
    D60 Ring and Pinion, Reverse-cut 5.38 ratio
    Input Yoke, 1350 U-Bolt Style
    Heavy Duty 35 Spline/1.5" Diameter Competition 4340 Chromoly Inner/Outer Axle Shafts w/CTM U-Joints
    Dynatrac Heavy Duty Dynaloc Manual Locking Hubs
    Dynatrac Pro Series 60 Heavy Duty Wheel End Package (Includes HD Forged Steel End Forgings, Nodular Iron Knuckles, Chromoly Spindles, Nodular Iron Wheel Hubs, and Serviceable Timken Bearings
    Wheel Bolt Pattern - 8x6.5"
    Dynatrac Heavy Duty ProSteer Ball Joints (Uppers & Lowers)
    Heavy Duty F-350 Dual Piston Disc Brake Assemblies
    ABS/Traction Control Retrofit
    Dynatrac Heavy Duty JK high steer arms (1 RH, 1 LH) for Ram assist steering
    Dynatrac Heavy Duty 3/16" JK Brackets for EVO DTD
    Dynatrac Pro Rock 60 Nodular Iron Powder Coated Differential CoverAxle is Detailed and Painted Dynatrac's Signature Gloss Black



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    Complete Custom Dynatrac Pro Series 60 High-Pinion 8x6.5" Full-Float Rear Axle Assembly - '13 Jeep JK
    Custom Machined Dynatrac Pro Rock 60 High Ground Clearance, High Pinion (Reverse-cut) Heavy Duty Nodular Iron Housing w/Pro Rock 60 Nod Iron Differential Cover
    Matched Housing Geometry and Pinion Angle for Vehicle's Suspension
    Dynatrac Dual Sump/High Volume (DSHV) High Pinion Angle Oil Modification
    Axle Width - 68.5"
    ARB Air Locker Differential, D60, 35 Spline w/ARB Kit
    D60 Ring and Pinion, Reverse-cut 5.38 ratio
    Input Yoke, 1350 U-Bolt Style w/Yoke Kit
    Dynatrac Heavy Duty 8x6.5" Full Float Wheel End Package, Includes Chromoly Spindles, Nodular Iron Stub Hubs, Serviceable Bearings, w/13.9" Vented Rotor J8 Military Disc Brake Assemblies
    Competition USA Grade 4340 Chromoly Induction Hardened/Heat Treated Full Float 35 Spline/1.5" Diameter Axle Shaft Assemblies (68.5" Width)
    Dynatrac Heavy Duty JK EVO Lever Suspension Brackets-
    HD 1/2" axle tube
    Axle is Detailed and Painted Dynatrac's Signature Gloss Black

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    Quote Originally Posted by crippledpetey View Post
    Here is what I am about ready to order. Anyone see anything I may have missed or have opinions on anything? I am ordering the DTD and EVOLever system. I have been going over this a awhile and don't want to miss anything Thanks in advance!

    Front
    Complete Custom Dynatrac Pro Series 60 High-Pinion 8x6.5" Front Axle Assembly - '13 Jeep JK
    Custom Machined Dynatrac Pro Rock 60 High Ground Clearance, High Pinion (Reverse-cut) Heavy Duty Nodular Iron Housing w/Pro Rock 60 Nodular Iron Diff Cover
    Matched Housing Geometry, Pinion Angle, and Wheel Alignment for Vehicle's Suspension
    Axle Width - 68.5"
    ARB Air Locker Differential, D60, 35 Spline w/ARB Kit
    D60 Ring and Pinion, Reverse-cut 5.38 ratio
    Input Yoke, 1350 U-Bolt Style
    Heavy Duty 35 Spline/1.5" Diameter Competition 4340 Chromoly Inner/Outer Axle Shafts w/CTM U-Joints
    Dynatrac Heavy Duty Dynaloc Manual Locking Hubs
    Dynatrac Pro Series 60 Heavy Duty Wheel End Package (Includes HD Forged Steel End Forgings, Nodular Iron Knuckles, Chromoly Spindles, Nodular Iron Wheel Hubs, and Serviceable Timken Bearings
    Wheel Bolt Pattern - 8x6.5"
    Dynatrac Heavy Duty ProSteer Ball Joints (Uppers & Lowers)
    Heavy Duty F-350 Dual Piston Disc Brake Assemblies
    ABS/Traction Control Retrofit
    Dynatrac Heavy Duty JK high steer arms (1 RH, 1 LH) for Ram assist steering
    Dynatrac Heavy Duty 3/16" JK Brackets for EVO DTD
    Dynatrac Pro Rock 60 Nodular Iron Powder Coated Differential CoverAxle is Detailed and Painted Dynatrac's Signature Gloss Black



    Rear
    Complete Custom Dynatrac Pro Series 60 High-Pinion 8x6.5" Full-Float Rear Axle Assembly - '13 Jeep JK
    Custom Machined Dynatrac Pro Rock 60 High Ground Clearance, High Pinion (Reverse-cut) Heavy Duty Nodular Iron Housing w/Pro Rock 60 Nod Iron Differential Cover
    Matched Housing Geometry and Pinion Angle for Vehicle's Suspension
    Dynatrac Dual Sump/High Volume (DSHV) High Pinion Angle Oil Modification
    Axle Width - 68.5"
    ARB Air Locker Differential, D60, 35 Spline w/ARB Kit
    D60 Ring and Pinion, Reverse-cut 5.38 ratio
    Input Yoke, 1350 U-Bolt Style w/Yoke Kit
    Dynatrac Heavy Duty 8x6.5" Full Float Wheel End Package, Includes Chromoly Spindles, Nodular Iron Stub Hubs, Serviceable Bearings, w/13.9" Vented Rotor J8 Military Disc Brake Assemblies
    Competition USA Grade 4340 Chromoly Induction Hardened/Heat Treated Full Float 35 Spline/1.5" Diameter Axle Shaft Assemblies (68.5" Width)
    Dynatrac Heavy Duty JK EVO Lever Suspension Brackets-
    HD 1/2" axle tube
    Axle is Detailed and Painted Dynatrac's Signature Gloss Black
    WOW. I'm nowhere near being qualified to comment or make suggestions for your build. All I can say is wow! Very nice, I like <Borat>

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    My PR60's with Full Float

    it all boils down to stuff you know it's just the way they write it :yep: like I said I've been going over it and over it and don't want to miss anything...

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    Re: My PR60's with Full Float

    Quote Originally Posted by crippledpetey View Post
    it all boils down to stuff you know it's just the way they write it :yep: like I said I've been going over it and over it and don't want to miss anything...
    What wheels are you planning on running? I know a guy who's running 4.25" backspacing and was getting rub on his control arms at full turn with his 68.5" axle and 14.50"(i think thats the width) wide tires. Not sure what width Eddie or Greg are running but i would ask them or Dynatrac if going 69 or 69.5" would be something to consider. It would make for tighter squeezing through some trails though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrizzyChris View Post
    What wheels are you planning on running? I know a guy who's running 4.25" backspacing and was getting rub on his control arms at full turn with his 68.5" axle and 14.50"(i think thats the width) wide tires. Not sure what width Eddie or Greg are running but i would ask them or Dynatrac if going 69 or 69.5" would be something to consider. It would make for tighter squeezing through some trails though.

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    As an avid Internet wheeler... I believe EVO's DTD requires 3.5" of back spacing on wheels with its system. On that note... What wheel and tire combo is going with this amazing rig?

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    Re: My PR60's with Full Float

    Quote Originally Posted by Chiromancer View Post
    As an avid Internet wheeler... I believe EVO's DTD requires 3.5" of back spacing on wheels with its system. On that note... What wheel and tire combo is going with this amazing rig?
    I am not running DTD, obviously, but I am assuming that backspacing is recommended on a stock width JK axle which is not 68.5". But I'm sure in a couple hours when the roosters awake we will get clarification.

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    My PR60's with Full Float

    Hmm... I guess I assumed there was the DTD getting paired with all this... My mistake! Or is it yours for not... Dun dun dun!

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    My PR60's with Full Float

    Quote Originally Posted by Chiromancer View Post
    As an avid Internet wheeler... I believe EVO's DTD requires 3.5" of back spacing on wheels with its system. On that note... What wheel and tire combo is going with this amazing rig?
    I believe the 3.5 inches of backspacing is correct also.


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    he will be running dtd, hence the dtd and evo lever bracketry on the axles. it does require 3.5" backspacing, but the axles are wider than stock by 3". so 1.5" on each side. a wheel with 5" or less will be required to meet the 3.5" requirement.

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    Can someone from EVO or Eddie clarify please. I was told you do NOT need the 3.5 backspacing for the DTD but you DO need it for EVO's bolt on coil overs. Thanks

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