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Old 10-16-2005, 07:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dana 44 outers question...

Wanting to build an 89 Waggy Dana 44 front to go under a Toy Taco.

Gonna use Waggy inners and Chevy outers (due to the fact that spare Chevy outers should be more plentiful/ easier to get hold of).

Here's my parts list (pertaining to this problem) so far...

89 Waggy D44
PMP Chevy flat top knuckles
chevy rotors and calipers
Waggy inners
Chevy outers
but which spindle/hub combo do I need to use to run the Chevy outers? What year/model should I look for to rob the spindles etc. from?
And should I have posted in the Chevy Tech? I thought maybe some of ya'll ran Chebby outers for the same reason.

I need to keep the 6on5.5 pattern. Thanks for your help!

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Chevy outters = waggy outters. I'm pretty sure they are the same as the 10 bolt outters too. Use whatcha got, and if you break them, use whatever you can find.
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Chevy outters = waggy outters. I'm pretty sure they are the same as the 10 bolt outters too. Use whatcha got, and if you break them, use whatever you can find.
What he said they are the same.
Save the slugs out of the Waggy and use them as spares if you break a hub, or just run the slugs depending on how you wheel.
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What he said they are the same.
Save the slugs out of the Waggy and use them as spares if you break a hub, or just run the slugs depending on how you wheel.
That's what I do...warn premiums, and the drive slugs so I can keep wheeling until I get a replacement warn.
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What he said they are the same.
Save the slugs out of the Waggy and use them as spares if you break a hub, or just run the slugs depending on how you wheel.
Slugs as spares is the plan, it will be a DD. Thanks for the help guys!!
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