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Ok first I dont want to be slammed for building a D44. <IMG SRC="smilies/flipoff.gif" border="0">

The question is, I have to put new ends on the 44 Reverse cut, was concidering large bearing Ford?. But I would also like to run disc brakes, this is for the rear and it is going in a YJ.

Does anyone know of a disc brake setup that will bolt to these ends?, or should I use a different end? and what disc brake set-up?. I dont want to pay the price for the new kits, I am a cheap scate, plus I love crawlin around in junk yards. <IMG SRC="smilies/eyemouth.gif" border="0"> Or should I just go to 11" drums?

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hey enough of the "Super 44" bashing, I need help here.

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ANYBODY ELSE?

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Murfman said:
small bearing cheby outers and knuckles, ford discs and cheby brakes. this way you can go high steer later too.
Did you read his post? He is putting together a REAR Dana 44 by cutting down a reverse-cut axle and putting Ford rear axle ends on it. I don't think he cares about high-steer.
 

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JimKyser said:
Did you read his post? He is putting together a REAR Dana 44 by cutting down a reverse-cut axle and putting Ford rear axle ends on it. I don't think he cares about high-steer.

My bad, all i saw was ends and disc breaks and made an ASS out of U and MEd it was for the front. take back what i said!!!! :flipoff2:
 
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