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  1. Thanks for all the good info! Correct me if I'm wrong but the front axle drop is on the passenger side on all Dodge & GM trucks, and Ford's is on the drivers side. What gear ratio would you recommend for a BD-240 with a 4 speed? I'll be pulling a lot with it around the farm, but would like to do 50mph without redlining the engine. Also does anyone have any advice how to convert the brakes using the stock master cylinder and adding a brake booster or hydro-vac?
  2. I’m in the process of restoring a 1959 B-120 and I’m looking to get away from the original 6 lug split rims and obsolete brake drums. The truck currently has a FA-14 front axle (Dana 27) and a IH RA-10 rear axle. I would like to put a Dana 60 on the rear and maybe a Dana 44 on the front, and run 8 lug tires. I’m wondering if anyone has done this before and can give me any advice before I get started. Thanks in advance!
  3. THANK YOU to all that posted! Looks like I'll being fabricating my own brackets then. I sure would appreciate some pictures of how you made them.
  4. I am looking at buying a 2250 loader for a Farmall 706. The seller says it came off a IH 674 and I'm wondering if the brackets would work on my tractor.
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