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Old 01-16-2017, 12:32 PM   #1
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Ford Rough Rider Race Van

no affiliation but I remember seeing this all over the deserts of socal and Baja back in the day!!

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Old 01-17-2017, 04:14 PM   #2
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Anyone know if that van would have something similar to an Agile Twin-traction-beam 4WD conversion in the front end? Or is this likely a conventional straight-axle 4WD setup much like Quigley, Quadvan, etc install?

It mentions "Ford 250 front end conversion."
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This is not 100%, but the description alludes to the conversion being done a while back, which would be ttb.

The rims are 8 lug 1990's ford f250 rims which would confirm that. This would most likely be dana 50 which is exactly what agile uses. I don't think the d44 came 8 lug. Not sure on the lug count on d44hd.

So my bet is d50 ttb.

Edit: don't think anyone would put a newer axle in then run 8x6.5 rims like the ones pictures. Newer solid axles would be 8x170.
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