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post #1 of 6 Old 02-28-2012, 08:05 AM Thread Starter
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Question for those will full float rear D60's

Did you have any issues with the brakes when installing a dynatrac rear full float? Any other issues that I should be aware of? Did your driveshaft fit or did it need adjustment?
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I bought my Jeep with the axle already installed. Let me know what you want me to look at and I'll be happy to do so. My rotors look bigger than the factory and my drive shaft is aftermarket.

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I have currie 60's but I had to have my tatton shafts shortened to fit
No clue on the brakes, give dynatrac a call or pm them, they are good people

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I bought my Jeep with the axle already installed. Let me know what you want me to look at and I'll be happy to do so. My rotors look bigger than the factory and my drive shaft is aftermarket.
Can you take some close up pics of ur full floater? Especially i would like see how is the sensor installed on them.
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I'm installing a Dynatrac D-60 FF axle shortly - in a week or two. I have the bigger brakes and I can shoot some pics during the install, if you're interested. I expect to have to modify the driveshaft, as Dynatrac told me the pinion nose is longer than the stock D-44 and the D-60 has a different style yoke. I'll take measurements for the driveshaft after it's installed in the JK and on the ground.
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Thanks for the responses, I have a full float coming and was just double checking what all will need to be done in order to make it work. I was hoping with the new brakes that a new master cylinder is not needed. I have rubi 44's now and figured that I would have to shorten the ds or I could move the axle back if I have room.
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