2000 cc. 360 with E/Q heads shaved 30 thousandths , 216-226 cam w .521 lift, port matched intake, roller rockers, reduction pulleys, working air inlet induction, headers, 3" dual exhaust, MSD ignition w Mopar performance PCM, 2800 stall w shift kit. 3.91 rears.What year is yours and what do you have under your hood
Oh ok 87 - 90 Dakota had 5 lugs then but the same rear end right , sorry just trying to understandI'm going to have no choice on going to 5 lug , 5×4.5 lug pattern, so I was looking at new 5 lug axles it I'm not sure on this number
30-3/16 is this the width you all help me on the front hub assembly for the 5 lug , but I'm still a little lost on what vehicle will work on the 96 Dakota and would like to find axles that have disc brakes with them and also have the 5×4.5 same lug pattern too , thank you , so I need to find the right 5 lug rims , tires and to rebuild the rear end with posi and the front end suspension parts and lowering ita little and the , bushing, ball joint, tie rods , ect next , after done there I'll start on the transmission and motor
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They had either a 7.25 or a 8.25; but the 8.25 was the same width etc. as the later 6 lug 8.25.Oh ok 87 - 90 Dakota had 5 lugs then but the same rear end right , sorry just trying to understand
As stated, Engine Quest heads are now cast in China. They used to be cast in Australia. Here are some of the details: the "street heads" are cast with 1.94 intake valves. To produce the most hp, you'd need the 2.02 intake with the 1.6 exhaust. as they are cast in China, they do not offer the "performance heads" I have in my truck. You would have to get the stock heads and have them "redone" with proper spring rates.