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44 flat Knuckles, NEW castings, $210

Discussion in 'Vendor Forum' started by wfo, Sep 21, 2005.

  1. wfo

    wfo Registered Member

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    I have flat-top knuckles that are OEM replacements for Dana 44 axles. This is a brand new cast knuckle that is milled, drilled, and tapped for crossover. The tierod arm can be tapered from the top down, or from the bottom up. These will work on 10 bolt axles as well.

    Bare Knuckle: $210
    Shipping: $15
    Knuckle with Spicer ball joints installed, spindle studs, 1.5" tall 1 piece crossover arm, ARM studs/nuts/and cones $379, $18 shipping.

    WFO Concepts
    10072 Streeter Rd. #1a
    Auburn Ca. 95602
    530-268-9494
    www.wfoconcepts.com

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    cybrfire 1 ton status Vendor GMOTM Winner

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    those are pretty snazzy! Now rather than crawling through jyards endlessly I can just order them!
     
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    yunit 1/2 ton status

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    Why not just sell the Crane or Dedenbear's?
     
  4. wfo

    wfo Registered Member

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    knuckles

    I didn't know Crane made 44 knuckles. I thought they just made 60 stuff. Either way, I know they are really expensive. I am also a dealer for dedenbear, but they don't have any 44 knuckles available yet. I hope to see them soon. Until then, these are a great choice. They are priced decent, and work great. I also sell these same knuckles in a HD version with dual steering stops, 1/2" taller on the arm mount, and no stock lower tierod mount.
     
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    knuckles

    I guess I was wrong. Crane does make 44 knuckles. Anyway, I have these in stock and ready to ship. Trevor WFO
     
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    pauly383 Daddy383 Staff Member Moderator

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    Are they exact replacements ? Or are they raised on the flattop ? And is the tie rod point angled more in for use with more backspacing .

    I saw some new ones at partsmike that are tweaked like that , but his prices are through the roof .
     
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    knuckle

    They are exact replacements except for the flat top surface. It is about .200" higher up than stock. Not really enough to make much of a difference. These are the same ones that Parts Mike sells.
     
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    Cool , I'll keep that in mind when I am ready .
     

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