D60 questions. Need help from the pro\'s. Read \"Article\", very confused. That's right, I read Billa Vista's page on the D60, but I'm extremely confused now. I just stepped into the world of D60's, so any help is great. I'm looking at using a F*rd RC D60. From what I gather, the knuckles on this particular axle are weak, and the spindles are smaller. Article says I could take a complete knuckle to hub assembly from a Chevy and it would be stronger. What confuses me is the axleshaft issues. Shed some light for me cuz I'm scared to ask at Pirate. I think I got one answer from that article, but I've come to a new question. The bolt pattern from an older Ford axle will match to a Chevy one right? The only thing keeping me from doing so is the size of the center. Think Daniel could address this, or are the centers of Hummer wheels already larger than a normal Chevy hub? I want to run a 42" TSL on this, and I thought about using drive flanges. Anything wrong with this? You don't have to include gas mileage because I really don't care. If it became a problem, I could remove the lockout or something and just cap the end of the hub while rolling the highway. In order to use the flanges, I would have to use the Chevy outers right? I've almost come to the point where it would be easier to do like Stephen did. Just buy the aftermarket Tera 60 center section, then install Chevy axle tubes, outers, and all that great stuff, as opposed to trying to figure out what will work with the Ford RC D60.