The taper of the ball joints is different, not sure about the camber angle. I would think you could make it work if you find the right ball joints. What were you thinking of using for the bearings and hubs?
Even if the chamber is different they make shims that go between the knuckle and spindle to correct it. And I wonder about the exact taper differences. Maybe find a way to team them out to the right specs.
I would use junkyard parts (spindles, caliper brackets, hubs, etc) because they are plentiful and cheap. Go with f150 5x5.5 bolt pattern. Factory calipers,rotors, warn premium hubs.
I know I found one part where someone said the raise of 1.5" is all you need. Evidently that fella hasn't seen true high steer and how nice it is to completely have the steering away from the rocks.
I'm really just trying to figure out how much trouble it's going to be to use either a) old school inner C's/knuckles, b) figure out a way to flip the tierod using heims, c) new knuckle combo.
I know half the people on here would be like why not just run a this or that. Most people with these jeeps never really try new stuff and just get channeled into believing this or that is the only way.
Not saying I'm smarter or anything. The women are in the kitchen cooking thanksgiving dinner, and I'm trying to come up with a cost effective solution to getting the tierod out of the rocks.
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