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Does anyone have any pictures of their 4-link front setup?. Also any advise on rod ends and tubing size would be appreciated. I am putting a D60 front into a 78 Bronco. Thanks
 

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There isnt room for the radius arms on on a Ford D60 past 79. On 78-79 there is about 7" between the diff and knuckle. On the later model D60's there is only 3" between the diff and knuckle. I wish my D60 was a 78-79 but I couldnt pass up the deal I got on this 80's D60.
 

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it'll probly cost you more to design and build a 4-link than what you could sell your 60 and buy an older one for. besides if you got this great deal you could profit on the sell.
 

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Thanks!!! Thats just what I was looking for.
 

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Here is a three link URL, might provide some additional ideas.
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Were does one get these?
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Originally posted by Robert L Mann:
<STRONG>Were does one get these?
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i got those from Art Morrison. but ask for the "hard" compound. i used the soft compound and i tore two sets up.
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