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Old 05-05-2007, 04:42 PM
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WELL: Im At The Edge.

I'm Thinking of putting a Streight Axle in the Front of my '73 Ford Courier.
To Make Room for the 302 c.i. Going in.
To have Power Steering & Power Disc Brakes parts.
I Saw a Bronco with one, ( Same Fit?)

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Old 05-06-2007, 04:24 AM
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The Courier is narrower than the Bronco ... unless you are talking Bronco II ... check the width .
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WELL: Im At The Edge.

Bronco II Is Close " I Guess". Do You Know Where I Can Get a Streight or Dropped Front Axle ( Kit.) I'm not scared to make one my self, But: I would have to start from the Start of the Book - How to...
I suppose it would be a King Pin Type. With Camber ( Perferbaly Adjustable.)
Caster would be a guess. No Problem Making Adjustible Toe.
I Guess I Could use Bronco II Leaf Springs. & After Axle out.

But: The Axle it's self should be Rectangler / Square / Round? Hollow / Solid?
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