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Old 02-02-2010, 10:05 AM   #101 (permalink)
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No, I was taking about the Warns.
I guess im confused, because i have no idea what you're talking about.

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down for testing on the d44 balljoints, this sounds like it could be a great option.

do we have any idea of ballpark price on these?
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I guess im confused, because i have no idea what you're talking about.

Thinking that the Warn lock out hubs would break before a ring and pinion.
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Good news on this project, just can't say too much quite yet. Keep an eye on this thread and the ball joint 60 high steer thread for some exciting news in the near future.

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Old 02-04-2010, 12:15 AM   #105 (permalink)
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Would a standard 44 inner c need to be modified, or is this going to be a straight replacement?
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cool i may have to delay rebuilding my d44 and wait for thsese to come out.
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long shot but what about C's and knuckles that are kingpin for the 44?
That's what I was thinking.
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I'm very curious what you guys have came up with, and what the price tag will be.
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That's what I was thinking.
It's been done. Old closed knuckles where Kingpin, the caps where the same size as D60 stuff.
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Old 02-06-2010, 12:51 PM   #113 (permalink)
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Hurry! Don't want to spend the money no stockers and I'm ready for them!!!!!
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d44 balljoints

me too im in need of some little new to all this stuff .when i was told that the balljoints suck my first response was with all the jeep parts out there no one makes a upgraded balljoint?well i guess here it is.my question to you guys is my buddy who works in a tire/alignment shop said i need an offset balljoint in the passenger side he doesnt think its worn just my 37s my camber is off quite a bit on that side.hes running 1 with his 33s and loves it.ive been told yes and no .you guys are not offering offsets im guessing im sure first priority is standard.sorry if i thread jacked.
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If by some small chance you need a D44 for R&D I'm local. Regardless like everyone else I cannot wait to install a set in my rig. FYI I am getting some R+P work late Feb at Crossed Up so we could throw in a set then. Just sayin thats all...keep up the good work!
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You would sell a whole bunch of these things to the JK 44 crowd.... seriously. I believe dynatrac is making them, but not many are buying into them because of cost. I wonder if yours would be more affordable
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Gotta have the C`s to go with it also.
Right, I understand that. Though I still fail to see the problem.

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Possible, but you'd have to sacrifice a D60 to do it.

In for updates. With Superiors/CTM's the balljoints are my last weak link.
I couldn't imagine running stock stuff . . . Though I hear a couple of companies make nice kits
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I can't wait for these things to be ready. I wil be in line to get a set.
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Right, I understand that. Though I still fail to see the problem.
Replacing a ball joint, and replacing an inner-C, are on opposite ends of the do it at home difficulty scale.
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Just checking back in.
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Bump. About to order new spicer Ball Joints, was hopeing to see something from ballistic for consideration before i ordered...
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I wish they would just scrap the ball joint and build a knuckle like spider does for the 60 stuff but for 44 stuff. I am sure the would sell a truck load of them.
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I wish they would just scrap the ball joint and build a knuckle like spider does for the 60 stuff but for 44 stuff. I am sure the would sell a truck load of them.
I would agree, but if they come up with something that would last and keep the factory setup that would be nice.

In reguards to replacing the knuckle and axle "c", why not just use dana 60 outers if you wanted to go down that road?
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