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  1. Rear Door - Molle or Table or both?

    I saw this too. I wonder what the differences are that let you put it on the Big Bend and OBX 2-doors, but not the Black Diamond 2-dr or the Badlands at all? Could it have something to do with the size of the spare tire on the door?
  2. No Trailer Brake Controller Offered for 22

    I thought I recalled Ford stating last year that the brake controller wouldn't be offered on Bronco. I'd be curious to find if the integrated controller would be a direct plug in. Was the accessory controller the same one that's used in the truck models?
  3. Manual and Mid package

    Not with the manual. B&P automatically kicks you to the 10-speed when you push the Mid button.
  4. M210 front drive axle unit - Dana M210 w/ 4.70 or 4.46 gears AND locker (aka Sasquatch front diff) available as standalone upgrade

    It also could be that they only list that ratio as a standard rotation. That's basically gears that are cut for use in a rear axle, turned around and used up front. While you can do that (and most companies did until the early '80s), the ring gear drives on the high pressure angle side of the...
  5. M210 front drive axle unit - Dana M210 w/ 4.70 or 4.46 gears AND locker (aka Sasquatch front diff) available as standalone upgrade

    And FWIW, the time we did what I dscribed above, we made the diff case out of 4140 rather than iron...
  6. M210 front drive axle unit - Dana M210 w/ 4.70 or 4.46 gears AND locker (aka Sasquatch front diff) available as standalone upgrade

    Weird. When I searched, I did by telling it I had a JL with a Dana 30. Seemed like an expedient way to narrow it down. In that search, it is not an option that comes up, even now. Skips from 4.11 to 4.56.
  7. M210 front drive axle unit - Dana M210 w/ 4.70 or 4.46 gears AND locker (aka Sasquatch front diff) available as standalone upgrade

    Oh, I'm aware that it can be done. We've actually done exactly that on prototype builds before. We turned the weld and removed the gear, then made a one-off housing that exactly matched the now-modified ring gear, then had it TIG'ed on very carefully so as to not build too much heat and distort...
  8. M210 front drive axle unit - Dana M210 w/ 4.70 or 4.46 gears AND locker (aka Sasquatch front diff) available as standalone upgrade

    Its not that simple. For one, its not plug welded but laser welded instead. You'll need a lathe to remove the weld. And the diff case flange and ring gear interface is (typically) entirely different from the bolted version. Since the welded version doesn't have to accommodate bolts, the flange...
  9. M210 front drive axle unit - Dana M210 w/ 4.70 or 4.46 gears AND locker (aka Sasquatch front diff) available as standalone upgrade

    Interesting. Going directly to Yukon Gear's website, they don't show a 4.27 set for the M190-D30...
  10. M210 front drive axle unit - Dana M210 w/ 4.70 or 4.46 gears AND locker (aka Sasquatch front diff) available as standalone upgrade

    That would actually be extremely helpful. I often have to resort to finding axles in junkyards and reverse engineering them first. And you never know where in the tolerance range used parts are. I will have to contact you later. The one issue I seem to come across with swapping in an...
  11. M210 front drive axle unit - Dana M210 w/ 4.70 or 4.46 gears AND locker (aka Sasquatch front diff) available as standalone upgrade

    Thanks for info. As someone that designs / builds helical diffs (Torsen™), specific information can be hard to find and is always appreciated. When I started working on a design for the M220, I was initially convinced that I was given the wrong files because they were so different from the old...
  12. M210 front drive axle unit - Dana M210 w/ 4.70 or 4.46 gears AND locker (aka Sasquatch front diff) available as standalone upgrade

    Are we sure that the M190 interchanges with the Dana 30? If that's been posted, I missed it. If the M220 is any indication, I would be cautious about making that assumption. Even though both Ford and Jeep are calling the M220 a "Dana 44" in marketing material, it has zero commonality with the...
  13. M210 front drive axle unit - Dana M210 w/ 4.70 or 4.46 gears AND locker (aka Sasquatch front diff) available as standalone upgrade

    I don't really know. What I do understand is that on the 9.75" locker (in F150/Raptor), they apply about 5 amps to start. Then cut it down once its been on long enough to ensure lock engagement. But I presume its managed with a body control module, so it might well not be operating on 12V, as...
  14. M210 front drive axle unit - Dana M210 w/ 4.70 or 4.46 gears AND locker (aka Sasquatch front diff) available as standalone upgrade

    Hypothetically, yes. But it is slightly more complicated than that. Even if you're willing to throw aside the operational safeguards that Ford programs into the control module (max 25mph, no more than 30 RPM differential rate, etc) for engagement, there's also the activation current vs hold...
  15. M210 front drive axle unit - Dana M210 w/ 4.70 or 4.46 gears AND locker (aka Sasquatch front diff) available as standalone upgrade

    Unfortunately, Ford throws a wrench in the works by welding on the ring gear of all M190 axles. So, even if you buy a Torsen, you'll still need to swap out the ring and pinion gears. Probably still cheaper than swapping in a 210, and all that entails, but not as clean as it could be...
  16. Future Bronco Updates?

    I didn't say it would. I was just clarifying what was meant by "full-size".
  17. Future Bronco Updates?

    Bronco is still a mid-sized SUV, based on a mid-sized truck platform. People throw the term "full size" around to distinguish from the Sport, but that's a bit annoying because "Full Size Bronco" already has a meaning - a Bronco built on the F-150 platform. Yes, all platforms have increased in...
  18. Is it law to have doorjam stickers?

    Well, keep in mind, the tire manufacturer's pressure rating is simply the max that those tires should run at, not a recommendation for road usage in any/every vehicle. The vehicle manufacture is supposed to recommend a pressure that is best suited for the specific vehicle in question, which...
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