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    Portal conversion tech data

    Someone needs to get back the mothership and drag the portal data over.

    #2
    So much of the tech is outdated and links lead to nowhere.. Fact/spec and build threads would be awesome though.
    I'm starting a 404 based rig project later this year and will post it up in here.
    I ever find out who made these I’ll stomp a mud hole in your f****** face!
    -S.Campbell 2020.

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      #3
      My buddy just put together his 404 front axle. On 40" Treps and 17" wheels it's just over 79" wide over all. That's about as narrow as you can get without cutting the axle.
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      I ever find out who made these I’ll stomp a mud hole in your f****** face!
      -S.Campbell 2020.

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        #4
        Portals are a commitment and compromise. i just got my XJ rolling on 406/416 axles. 5" of front up travel ,75" to the roof on a 37" (my street rubber)

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          #5
          Originally posted by MoparMoe View Post
          Portals are a commitment and compromise. i just got my XJ rolling on 406/416 axles. 5" of front up travel ,75" to the roof on a 37" (my street rubber)
          Post up some pics and measurements
          I ever find out who made these I’ll stomp a mud hole in your f****** face!
          -S.Campbell 2020.

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              #7
              We still have several sets of 416's that I need to start working on again. I have CAD of the splines, snout adapters, flanges, etc. Just got sidetracked on a few other things but will be hitting this hard again this winter.

              We will be offsetting the front axle ~5" to the driver's side. Which will require new front shafts but the rear will be left stock offset.

              We did get a pinion snout from the guy in SC and a flange but the flange is for a 1410 and he didn't really want to remake them for a 1350 driveshaft joint.
              ....Just Add Lightness...

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                #8
                Originally posted by No way View Post
                My buddy just put together his 404 front axle. On 40" Treps and 17" wheels it's just over 79" wide over all. That's about as narrow as you can get without cutting the axle.
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                That picture helps !
                Could you possibly take a measurement of the width from the weel mounting surface to the CV joint center ?

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by MoparMoe View Post
                  commitment and compromise
                  Why is that?
                  America is all about speed, hot nasty bad ass speed.
                  -Elenore Roosevelt

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                    #10
                    Its very difficult to get a setup that has fair uptravel without stupid height. And it takes a massive amount of work to make the Merc axles fit.
                    Custom hubs, custom brakes , custom steering arms , custom oil pan, custom fuel tank, custom exhaust, pinion conversions, mine is also street driven ,I've got double ,double cardan drive line, a shock and spring setup to deal with the un sprung weight.... Im still tuning the thing but wheeled it a bit and put over 2k miles on this summer. I stopped turning wrenches on it so i didnt mentally flame out. next is getting the sway bar situation worked out then i need to cage it .

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