FLUndertaker

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Doubt that puny rear Dana 60 will last long with that kinda torque on tap. People break 60s with 3.6!
Don’t think ide call a Dynatrac 60 a “puny 60”. Dynatrac builds some seriously beefy axles. Nothing about it other than the ring and pinion size is standard Dana 60 stuff.



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Somebody has a lot of loose pocket change just lying around their house it seems.
 

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Looks very nice, $198,000 nice? Even if I had that type of cabbage I would not spend it on the that. 1/2 of that perhaps. But I understand that even just suspension, drivetrain, engine mods and paint do add up.
 

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yeah, but does it have the steering box?
 

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So if I put a Demon motor, Dynatrac axles, King shocks, RSE steps, and a winch on my Gladiator will that make it worth almost $200,000?


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Evidentially, and I’m wondering why more shops aren’t doing it!

I don’t understand why they are starting with a 65k truck when they almost replace everything expensive on it. Why not just do a scratch build from the ground up?

Also, isn’t a demon challenger about 90k out the door?
 

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