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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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Why not just run the radius arms setup that works on them? I don't see the problem with that.

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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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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.
Whaaaat????It doesn't cost much at all to build a 4 link. You could do it for a couple hundred bucks easy.
 

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Here is a three link URL, might provide some additional ideas.
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Originally posted by Robert L Mann:
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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.
steelman
 
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