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10bolt crossover

Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by TxK5Blazer, Oct 1, 2003.

  1. TxK5Blazer

    TxK5Blazer 1/2 ton status

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    Steve I am looking to purchase a set of knuckles from a member from a dana 44 "the flat top one" a matching set. I want to know what do I need from you and about what the cost would be. ORD has been good to me before and I can't wait to do buisness with them again.....Jason
     
  2. Stephen

    Stephen 1/2 ton status Moderator Vendor

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    Here you go:
    steering arm
    pitman arm
    draglink
    end kit
    install kit
    total: $465

    Knuckle machine work is $60.00

    Thanks
     
  3. 88K5Jimmy

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    Are you talking about the tie rod ends? If so are they the 1-ton Chevy's? Also, can you use the stock draglink ends for crossover or are the tapers and such different between the tie rod ends and draglink ends? Only reason I ask is because I just replaced my stock draglink ends and would like to save some money if I can.

    Thanks
    Ross
     
  4. Stephen

    Stephen 1/2 ton status Moderator Vendor

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    Yup those are for the ends for the draglink, they're not 1-ton GM's, the GM 1-ton doesn't have a LH and RH end, one side is built into the tie rod. You can use draglink ends but the taper is different and the shank is a lot longer so you can't put a bend in the draglink to clear the crossmember. There have been some problems with the longer shank bending also.
    Those are the problems, the tapers can be changed for a few extra bucks, and you can order a custom draglink but it'll have to be straight.
    If these are problems you can deal with, you can use the ends you have.
     

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