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looking to prove/disprove new theory

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by thedrip, Jul 4, 2004.

  1. thedrip

    thedrip 1/2 ton status

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    I haven't seen anyone post an absolute answer on this anywhere, but it did seem to come up in another thread, and I want to see if anyone has proof AGAINST this theory.

    All d44 knuckles with flattops on the passenger side have the tie-rod above the arm, whereas all d44 where the passenger side is NOT flattop have the tie-rod below the steer arm.

    So far every picture of a chevy I've come accross this has held true, I want to know if anyone has a picture of a truck that doesn't follow this!
     
  2. thedrip

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    This includes of course 10bolt front axles with the non-flattop knuckles. Anyone have a 10bolt with the tie-rod above the steer arm?
     
  3. cybrfire

    cybrfire 1 ton status Vendor GMOTM Winner

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    [ QUOTE ]

    All d44 knuckles with flattops on the passenger side have the tie-rod above the arm, whereas all d44 where the passenger side is NOT flattop have the tie-rod below the steer arm.

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    I had a set where the tie rod comes in from the bottom. I think they were off a Heep if that matters. Sorry no pics.
     

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