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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-02-2019, 12:12 PM Thread Starter
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Axle length

I have searched to see if I can find my answer but I can't find the answer anywhere on here.
I have a 04 660 with a home built long travel. The p. Side axle is 24 5/16 inches long (shaft only). Is it 6 inches over stock?
Any information is appreciated.
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I did find a faint name on them. They are Gorilla axles.
Can anyone identify this long travel or is it home made?
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Sorry I didn't know what I was doing

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6 in long travel kits very but that sounds like a passager side rear axle for a 6 inch kit 24.25 is what mine is..both fronts are the same length around 22.25 and the Driver rear around 22 in. If this helps...

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6 in long travel kits very but that sounds like a passager side rear axle for a 6 inch kit 24.25 is what mine is..both fronts are the same length around 22.25 and the Driver rear around 22 in. If this helps...
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