The hubs fit a straight axle d44. The knuckles can be made to fit a ttb35 but they aren't a bolt on. My opinion is to keep the hubs and lockouts and pitch the rest. That's what I usually do when I have a ttb 44.
Well do you plan to go full width or do you want something narrow to match your factory wheel track? You can start by taking some measurements of the 9" axle. See what bolt pattern it is and measure the wheel mounting surface.
A F150 shouldn't have a Dana 60 axle. A F150 should have a 9". Does it have 8 bolt wheels? Either way grab the u bolt top plates because they will have the correct spacing for the diameter axle tube you are using. It might not hurt to grab the driveshaft so you have the end you can adapt to...
Yes. Actually from what I've found 77 and older full sizes use the same arms as a EB. The mounting holes are closer together. I have a stack of them behind the garage too. I had close to 50 at one point lol.
I'm pretty sure that in 86 a GM truck used a GM 10 bolt front not a dana 44. You would have to double check the tube diameters if it is a 44. If everything matches up press them out and weld them back in the other center.
The f250 d44 is no stroner than a f150 d44. The f250 has a thicker axle tube and bigger brakes. There is no benifit from using a f250 in a Ranger instead of a F150 axle. It will actually probally hurt you. The F250 axle has dual piston calipers which require you to run alot of offset in your...
I've decided it's time I start a build thread. I've owned this truck for about 8 months now. I've done alot of work to it already and have alot of plans for the future.
The day I bought it.
When I brought it home and gave it a good wash.
Those are 76-77 EB brakes. They are the same as full size brakes. But the steering knuckle is different. The knuckles curve in more by the TRE. The TRE that they use is smaller than a fullsize and different than a drum brake axle. The factory style tierods on it form a Y shape like factory...