ok so just too clarify it will swap from spindle on out but i will need too get is the bearings , and it will swap over. and im not trying too be difficult but im 17 ive got alot too learn.76-77 F-250 open knuckle 8 lugs will swap from spindle out. It's called a Dana 44 HD vs the Dana 44 if you visit Jeff's Bronc Graveyard to see the differences of the spindles. Rotors are same as any Ford 8 lug D44 or SRW D60. Hubs / Spindles / big lockouts / And I'm pretty sure even the bearings are different requiring the larger dia. spindles. JBG has the replacement selector knobs at the cheapest price you will find. Those along with sometimes the pin that connects them to the select hub are the only weaknesses I've found besides the whole thing sticking out past a skinny tire risking getting smashed by a rock. The chevy and Ford selectable hubs are exact same for those years except the knobs are yellow for chevy.
Hope that helps. Can't believe nobody could give this a straight answer?
No you need to swap the knuckles and everything else over including the stubsok so just too clarify it will swap from spindle on out but i will need too get is the bearings , and it will swap over. and im not trying too be difficult but im 17 ive got alot too learn.
Different spindles for a 44 HD...:shaking: Do my recommended homework to see please.Pretty sure you can just swap from the caliper brackets out. All the ford 44s with disc brakes used the same spindles. The reason you need the 250 caliper bracket is because they use a dual piston caliper vs the single piston of the 150. Not sure on the big hub 44 but you may have to swap the stub shafts out also.