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Old 09-19-2010, 07:25 PM
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im swaping out the ttb for a hp dana 44 i cant find any radious arms or axle clamps any body have and idea were i can get some from and other than cutting the crossmember out a little is there anything else i need to no of
 
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Originally Posted by mrickman View Post
im swaping out the ttb for a hp dana 44 i cant find any radious arms or axle clamps any body have and idea were i can get some from and other than cutting the crossmember out a little is there anything else i need to no of
read around in the offroad forum theres a few SASs there...or at www.fullsizebronco.com ...

as for rad arms...why not just make some? or have some made...then you can give yourself a lot of freedom and adjustability and what not...
 
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