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Yea it drums.

Hey did I link the correct fuel cell?
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Zack where did you get yer disc bracket from and the brake lines? also what perch is it, for any specific leaf pack?

i got my discs and calipers i just need to mount them and run brake lines


i got an 8bolt 44 but its kind of a turd so i might pick up another one. it had one flat top that was taped, and the other was smooth wtf
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I'm not aware of any D44s that came with both knuckles set up for high steer (i.e. both milled, drilled, and tapped).
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whered you link a cell?
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The older D44 from a 70 model F250 has one knuckle tapped for a high steer arm but the other on it not.
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whered you link a cell?
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I believe its 10". For most 15 gallon tanks. I know the ranger pump has to be pressed against the bottom of the tank.

tank like this
http://www.jegs.com/i/JEGS/555/15330...1/749961|10297

I have yet to even buy a tank. lol
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Zack where did you get yer disc bracket from and the brake lines? also what perch is it, for any specific leaf pack?

i got my discs and calipers i just need to mount them and run brake lines


i got an 8bolt 44 but its kind of a turd so i might pick up another one. it had one flat top that was taped, and the other was smooth wtf
I got all my stuff at a local brake materials place. if you want lines and mounts i can get them for you. just let me know

the spring perch is for 2.5" wide leafs, that is all you need.
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The older D44 from a 70 model F250 has one knuckle tapped for a high steer arm but the other on it not.
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I'm not aware of any D44s that came with both knuckles set up for high steer (i.e. both milled, drilled, and tapped).

correct. you have to mill, drill, and tap the passenger side knuckle with a mill.
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is that why i got one tapped knuckle with my 44..its the driverside..

yea thats the right cell..i just got a 20 gallon but its the same height just bigger tank
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is that why i got one tapped knuckle with my 44..its the driverside..

yea thats the right cell..i just got a 20 gallon but its the same height just bigger tank
yes sir, you need to drill and tap that other side. ok 20 gallon it is. id like to get this done sometime this summer.
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Are you guys mounting the cells in the bed or underneath?
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ok just making sure i didnt have a retard setup. i didnt realize they were like that. Yeah Zack that would be sweet and save me alot of time. let me know what you want for it all and we will work somthn out
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ok just making sure i didnt have a retard setup. i didnt realize they were like that. Yeah Zack that would be sweet and save me alot of time. let me know what you want for it all and we will work somthn out
It costs around a 100$ for those 2 rear lines.

I am going there Friday and probably in a couple weeks. Just let me know because they are only a few miles out of the way.

You have the 75' Chevy K20 calipers right? They are DOT approved, stainless steel lines.
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Are you guys mounting the cells in the bed or underneath?
in between usually. so you just cut the bed floor out.
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It costs around a 100$ for those 2 rear lines.

I am going there Friday and probably in a couple weeks. Just let me know because they are only a few miles out of the way.

You have the 75' Chevy K20 calipers right? They are DOT approved, stainless steel lines.
yeah i ordered them over the weekend. which discs did you use btw?

i probably cant by friday, but let me know in a couple weeks when you go and i'll have ya pick some up.
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75' chevy k20 front rotors for a 4wd.
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right on just making sure i got all the right stuff.

Are the 72's the same as the 75's? i got a deal on 72 rotors and they look the same. but i think the 72's are 12.5"

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75s are 12.5 too.

you do know you cannot run a 15 or even a 16" wheel with those rotors and calipers right?
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yep, i think i'm going with a 17x8 or 9, and as non deep dish as i can, but still look sweet. cause i'm trying to cut back on being so far out


Zack what kind of place did you get your fronts worked on at? i have 2 pairs that came with my front and it would be awesome to get them like yours

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the calipers? not sure i follow?
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ya front calipers. where did you get them remaned or whatever
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oh same place i get all my brake lines. if you ship them to me i will have him rebuild them. if they are identical to mine it will take about 65 bucks each.
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hmm i'll think about it. might try and see if i can find a place around here that can do it. but yours did turn out great
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alright. its a little more because he replaces everything in the caliper then tests it. where remans they just fix what they feel like.
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I'll sell you one cast out of gold for 65 bucks.
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