Anyone know who makes HD Custom MQ CV's & axles??

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62patrol
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Anyone know who makes HD Custom MQ CV's & axles??

Unread post by 62patrol » October 29th, 2010, 9:44 pm

hey guys,

ive got n mq ute with 39.5 super swampers n a brunswickdiesel, and i havnt been able to find ne1 that will custom make cromoly axles and cvs to suit? does ne body no of such a place?

cheers khial
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Re: mq cv

Unread post by wodger the bodger » October 30th, 2010, 8:04 am

There wouldn't be sufficient demand for MQ cv's to make specials. Advise you to fit a Toyota LandCruiser front axle so that you can use Longfields.
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Re: mq cv

Unread post by troopie » November 6th, 2010, 7:20 pm

I would be fitting a 60 series front diff with longfields or dirty30s and chromoly hub gears or the upgraded flanges. This is the front diff that im running in my zook truggy and havn't had a single problem yet even after some very hard trips

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Re: mq cv

Unread post by big red » August 26th, 2012, 1:50 pm

what about GQ CV's , superior engineering GQ hubs, but still need to get MQ axles made but they will fit the GQ CV's.
or swap in a complete GQ leaf sprung ute diff
or swap in a GU front diff housing and get the leaf sprung mounts welded on ... this would be the strongest option.
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