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Radius Arm Brackets

cole01

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I already have a dana 30 solid axle in my bronco 2, going to put in a Dana 44 HP fullsize in this weekend can anyone tell me if a have to move the radius arm brackets on the frame or can I leave them, Brackets are out of a 79 fullsize Bronco. :salute:
 



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DB_1

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Don't quite understand what your saying exactly...are the brackets on there already? If so, I say put the wheels/tires on the axle with radius arms attatched and see where everything lines up once the radius arms are in the brackets and then go from there.
 






cole01

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Brackets are on already, so I guess Ill try everything first. thanks for the help
 






Mud Bug 94

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i would try the stock ones first... in nothing lines up put the 79 FSRAB on.
 






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i would try the stock ones first... IF nothing lines up put the 79 FSRAB on.
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