BARNYARD BOGGERS 10 Min's of 1 Hell of a 4x4 Jeep and Driver Danny Ferrara
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Barnyard Boggers Rides... Again all the Thanks go's out to all The Barnyard
Boggers Not Just TheOutlawVideoSS with out them asking me to be Part of The
Club i would not have The Videos i have Today.. Hat's off to The BarnYard
4x4 Mud Trucks Barnyard Boggers at Loyds farm having some fun
this is Just some fun the Boys were having just before the Top Truck
Challenge and we had to get the video of it i hope you like it and chack
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Dana 44 / 10 Bolt Locking Hub Install
We install a new set of Mile Marker hubs on a dana 44.
These hubs can be purchased on our website here:
4x4 Chev Front Axle Fix
Fixing that broken front drive axle shaft on the old plow truck. It has
been a long while since doing this on my Dodge and slightly different
setup. THANKS FOR WATCHING
GM 10 bolt front axle vs dana 44 vs dana 60 How to tell what you got 1973-1987 GM Trucks
Here is a quick vid to help those tell what you have for an axle. I hope
this helps others figure out what axle they have and what axles will work.
GM used dana 44's from 73-76
GM used 28 spline coperate 10 bolts from 77-88
GM used 30 spline 10 bolts shafts from 88-91 (these will not fit in the
earlier 10 bolts)
3/4 tons use a half ton axle with 8 lug hubs and rotors.
Dana 60's use King Pins and not ball joints.
If you guys have any questions or comments feel free to ask. I noticed
there is a lot of good info out on the net but there is also a lot of BAD
info out there as well.
I hope tjhis helps others as bad internet info has cost me money and time
in the past.
Chirp, Chirp RING!
I made the next vid without interuption, but you'll have ta wait for
youtube to approve...
Building a 1979 - 1984 Chevy 383 Stroker K20 4WD
The build of my Chevy K20 4WD back in 2002-2003, put to the infamous Johnny
Cash song "One Piece At A Time". Final product was a Chevy 4wd 3/4 ton
pickup built from choice parts of 3 separate pickups of 3 different model
years. Original truck was a rusted-out blue 1979 Chevy K20 3/4 ton pickup.
Motor built was a 350 (5.7 liter) Chevy, that was stroked to 383 cu in,
with 10.25 to 1 compression ratio, a NP205 bulletproof 4wd transfer case,
and a turbo 400 trans. Thx for watching
and ratings/comments welcome!