Hi all, so I'm hoping maybe you knowledgeable folks here can help me identify what flat top knuckles I have based on the part number of "620243" cast into each of them. I was told the housing they're on is a d44 from a dodge. I don't think I'm gonna run them for two reasons.
One: I doubt they'll work with my chevy small bearing spindles and caliper brackets
Two: they look kinda thin and weak in certain areas. Any help identifying these would be greatly appreciated. If needed I can get a photo up.
They have a typical 6 bolt chevy disk brake spindle pattern. I'd run them if you guys thought they'd be good enough, if my small bearing spindles and brakes will fit them. They just look kinda thin in areas.
I also have a mid 70's drivers side flattop chevy knuckle and it's got way more beef, but I only have the one. I need a passenger side to match it.
Here's photo's of the knuckles. They don't look nearly as strong as the one driver side flat top chevy knuckle I have. I need a passenger side chevy flat top. Just got back from the picknpull. Not a single one to be had
I'm one step closer to knowing what they are. The CJ5 Dana 30 knuckles looks identical. The difference is the CJ5 D30 knuckles have their caliper mounts cast into the knuckle itself. Well my question is answered well enough based on this new information. It's basically a Dana 30 knuckle. End of story.
Got tired of goofing off. Found a beef Chevy pass-side flat top sandblasted, painted, milled, drilled and tapped for 150 + shipping of $14 outta Oregon City, Oregon. Be at my door in a few days. Done and done. I see 1.50" diam x .250" wall DOM in my near future. Life is good. I now have a set of flat top Dana 30 knuckles for sale. What they fit, who knows? If anyone's interested, pm me, thanks!
Yeh their an odd looking pair of knuckles. Not totally d30, not fully d44. Somewhere in between. I suppose that makes them somewhat of a novelty item? Haha, oh well. I'm glad to be past this phase of the axle build.