True....the D30 should have drums....but I think the D44 soft brake lines will bolt up to the hard lines.Sully said:It's as easy as unbolting one, and throwing the other in. Only thing you may wind up playing around with, is some of the brake hardware if the 30 had drums. If it had disks, then it's about a half an hour project.
Surely you jest.SnowScoutII said:The first time I took my truck off road I blew up the Dana 30 with 31 inch tires, I wasnt gunning it or even at a up hill slope, I swapped out the 30 for a 44, The disks are great and I can now run 33's without ever have to worry about breaking them, .................although with my luck my truck is probably on fire as I write this
Some 30's came with discs.YellowIH said:
True....the D30 should have drums....
2/3rds of 'em in 1974.Buddha's Ghost said:
Some 30's came with discs.