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Thread: How much H/P will a corp. 14 bolt hold.

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    How much H/P will a corp. 14 bolt hold.

    Thats just it. what will they hold up to? what about a dana 60. about the same?

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    How Much

    You have a PM.

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    PM? we're 4-wheelers, running older stuff but it's big stuff.

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    He means you have a private message. Look at your mail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sethz79
    PM? we're 4-wheelers, running older stuff but it's big stuff.
    Then there is a huge difference in what you're doing and what size tires you're running.

    A Samurai or Toyota with a 4 cylinder and 33's and you'll probably never break 'em.
    A full size truck with 44 boggers with a 600+hp hill climbing you're gonna break both front and back often.

    Need a lot more info to be able to answer your question.

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    I'll be running a 496 stroker moter around 600 h/p with 40 inch pitbulls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sethz79
    I'll be running a 496 stroker moter around 600 h/p with 40 inch pitbulls.
    This is like pulling teeth. :x


    WHAT ARE YOU DOING WITH THE TRUCK?
    ARE YOU MUD RACING?
    ARE YOU HILL CLIMBING?
    ARE YOU HILL N HOLE RACING?
    ARE YOU FAST TRACK (TOP GROUND AS SOME CALL IT) RACING?
    ARE YOU JUST BUILDING A TRUCK FOR RIDING AROUND TOWN?


    If you ride up and down the highway, you will never have a problem. :wink:

    HELP ME HELP YOU! LOL

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    IT WILL NOT HOLD UP AT ALL TO THE HORSEPOWER AND THE TALL TIRES :cry: :cry: !!!!!!!

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    Sorry Rabbit. I,m just a weekend 4-wheeler, we are usually just in snow and a little bit of mud. No drag racing stuff. in fact no racing stuff at all.

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    600hp is pretty stout for a driver, but you should be fine with the 14 bolt with no more than you plan to do.

    I ran 42's and 44's on my 1/2 ton stuff for years and would break a front axle every now and then. (And I've always been pretty hard on 4x4's :wink: )
    I switched to a dana 70 rear and dana 60 front and it added a bunch of weight to my truck. Not to mention had to get different wheels too.


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