ONe thing your gonna have to do is have your drive shaft shortened to fit the 44. Depending on which drive shft you have you may also have to change the piece on the end of the pinion that bolts to the drive shaft. You shouldn't have to deal with any steering or track bar stuff.
It's easy to put on. Probably no more than a couple of hours on a Saturday morning.
The hard and expensive part is getting it narrowed to fit. It's a HP44 and that's good, it also uses the bigger u-joints and axles so thats good. All you would need to do is get the passenger side narrowed so that's good. The bad part is if you can't do it yourself it will cost money and that's bad.
You can also install it full width but you'd have radius arm issues, drag link issues, spring perch issues, shock mounting issues, lot's of fender trimming.
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