Ok, this is my first D60 and it looks like I'm gonna have to pull the knuckle off. After putting the lift on, I needed to adjust the bump-stops for the trip this weekend (the sector limit was reached before the stops contacted). I'll soon be putting on the x-over but was planning on taking it out with the cocked draglink just to try it out. Anyway, the driver's side bump stop twisted off flush in the knuckle. If I'm not mistaken, that is gonna be a hardened bolt (fine thread 3/8?) and I doubt I'll be able to get a drill/ease-out to work. I'm figuring on taking it to a machine shop, but to do that (or even to try myself) I have to take the knuckle off. So, my question. How hard is it to take off a king pin knuckle? Never done it before and my books don't cover the procedure so I thought I would ask before jumping in. Doesn't look hard but, I've been fooled before. I've already got it stripped to the knuckle so don't bother telling me how to remove the spindle and all. Mainly I'm just asking about the kingpins... Russ 85 K30 CUCV, 350 TBI, TH400, 205, D60/C14, 4.56 Locked, 4" lift, 42" tires Some day: massive cutting, shorter wb and rear overhang.