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Wrong... lol. You just need one from a gmt800 3/4 ton... bolts right in. The driveshaft might need to be shortened and you will need a conversion u joint for the 14 bolts yoke.


Search is your friend... even has pretty pictures lol.  This guy went the extra mile getting custom 6 lug hubs so he didn't end up with 2 different lug patterns on the truck. 


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You can cut and adjust about anything to fit. The real question is why bother? A more reasonable upgrade would be a bolt in disc brake half ton (9.5" I think) from a newer half ton.

Personally, I'm good with the 8.6" and drums.

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