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CA Dana 44 knuckles

thegreatjustino

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Price: $ 150

Pair of Early Bronco Dana 44 drum brake knuckles

$150 plus shipping
 

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bax

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FYI. These work pretty good if you are doing a chevy disk brake conversion. The steering arm is cast higher than the ford disk brake knuckles. Also the arm is straighter than the disk brake knuckles. This helps with steering setups.
 
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