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Old 12-02-2017, 08:09 AM   #11 (permalink)
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freds adapters..... we have a set of the front AA4's, the first magnums are what you would need, they look to give the 3" needed to clear everything...

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Old 12-02-2017, 09:37 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Are you only wanting to go drw because of the dual front wheel hubs or because you want a dually?
You can take those dual wheel hubs and have the dually flange turned down.
This is my understanding. I've ran across a similar thread on pirate 4x4.
Hubs for the Chevy are also impossible to find. One of the threads detailed how the guy had his hubs turned down at a machine shop to go from drw to single.
Apparently once that flange is removed the hub is identical.


Yes to both. Iíve always thought drw suburbans were interesting and unique. Since Iíve got to completely redo my front axle anyways, I figured why not let this be the opportunity to do the dually conversion. But itís looking like my best option will be to find a set of dually axles and adapt them to my truck.


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Yes to both. Iíve always thought drw suburbans were interesting and unique. Since Iíve got to completely redo my front axle anyways, I figured why not let this be the opportunity to do the dually conversion. But itís looking like my best option will be to find a set of dually axles and adapt them to my truck.


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You need the full diff, carrier and all.....
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Old 12-02-2017, 09:18 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Yes, the drw housing is set up the widest.


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