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I bought a front Dana 44 with CJ outers a couple years ago for my YJ. I'm getting ready to do a SOA and I need to do a high steer for clearance, but it doesn't look like I've got enough meat on these knuckles to put a high steer arm on. Can I get 44 knuckles off of something else and still use the stub shafts, hubs, rotors and calipers I have or do I need to replace it all? Also, I'm using the standard pitman arm right now, and it looks like if I put the tie rod on top of the arms, it will hit the pitman arm. How are you guys getting around this?
 

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You can use mid-77 and older Wagoneer knuckles which are flat top or '77 and older Chevy knuckles which are flat top and drilled/studded already on the drivers side. You existing spindle and everything beyond it will bolt up to these knuckles.
 

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Thanks. SOA in front soon then. Any ideas on the pitman arm/tie rod conflict?
 
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