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Old October 29th, 2009, 01:36 AM   #1
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Default Chevy flattop knuckle*found*

Need the one for the high steer setup. Going on my 77FD44.

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Old October 29th, 2009, 03:47 AM   #2
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I have a few pairs of Chevy/Jeep flat-top knuckles, do you need the spindles/hubs/caliper plates too? If you've got Ford parts you do.
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Old October 30th, 2009, 12:01 AM   #3
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I have a few pairs of Chevy/Jeep flat-top knuckles, do you need the spindles/hubs/caliper plates too? If you've got Ford parts you do.
I found some ford hubs and what not, I have the Chevy spindles and back plates, I have to regular Chevy knuckles, but not flat top, I was told I can run my plates and spindles then run the ford 5.5 hubs and rotors, then just need a flat top knuckle ready for a high arm and need Chevy calipers.
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Old October 30th, 2009, 07:16 AM   #4
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As long as your Chevy spindles are "small bearing" spindles the Ford F150 hubs will fit.

Jeep knuckles, blank on both sides - $75/pr
Chevy knuckles, drilled driver, blank passenger - $100/pr

I prefer to keep them in pairs, as the flat-tops are dimensionally different than the non-flat top, even on the driver's side. Mixing them makes alignment tough.
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I think I do have the small spindles, heres an half ass pic of what I got.



So what ones will I not have to get machined?
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I only have two sets that are machined on both sides and I'm using them both. The Chevy knukles only need the passenger side machined to go full Hysteer, the Jeep ones need both sides.
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Anyone have just the Drivers side knuckle?
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ok I now need just the drivers side knuckle. Thanks
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ok I now need just the drivers side knuckle. Thanks
i think i have the drivers side, if thats the side that has the stock steering arm on it. havent looked at it in awhile
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i think i have the drivers side, if thats the side that has the stock steering arm on it. havent looked at it in awhile
yeah that be it, let me know.
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