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Wicked Windsor's D44 Swap


crazyflights

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97 1 ton Jeep
Very nice setup
 


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GoneXplorin

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94 sport
I've got 4" to the inner C weld and 4 1/4" to the inner C (weld is 1/4" thick.
My Ballistic fab brackets are 3" from outside edge to outside edge wide.
Also to consider, I angled my brackets so the control arms would angle in as they get closer to the frame. I think this is the propper way to mount the brackets. I've seen people mount axle brackets perpendicular to the axle but to me that puts too much side load stress on them.
You can kind of see the angle and where I mounted them here.
DSCF5830.jpg



As far as rubbing goes, I have slight rubbing at full lock on the lower arms but I am going to install steering stops soon to prevent that.

Lower control arms - 30" bolt eye to bolt eye
Upper control arms - 15.5" bolt eye to bolt eye



Is it 4 1/4" to the inner C on the passenger side and driver side? And what year Waggy shafts did you use? Thanks in advance
 




rstangboi

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2001 Ranger SAS'ed
any more details on your dodge master cylinder?

like what year and all it was off of?

and the lines really just screwed right in?
 




gmanpaint

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any more details on your dodge master cylinder?

like what year and all it was off of?

and the lines really just screwed right in?
Would like to know more about this as well, but seeing has he hasn't replied for a long time, we might not find out more :scratch:

I cant tell if the line connector sizes are the same or dif than each other on those masters. I was wondering if it would apply to a 2nd gen brake lines or not. :dunno:
 




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