Yes they will work I just did this with my set of arms that are pretty old. Rebuilt them with his rebuildable ball joints and new style bushings as well as a fresh powder coating. All you have to do is drill and tap for a grease fitting. Instructions I got told me where to drill.
allJs should still have one or two sets if I remember correctly. They are no longer making more though once they are gone. Go to boulderbars.com and give them a call since I don’t think they are on the site anymore. Good people there.
Don’t think I’ve updated it here yet but a lot of my axle swap parts have come in over the last couple months and just got some more brackets today. Front axle is basically done minus a locker and rear axle is about half done with parts.
I would change all the lifters in it. Honestly not that bad of a job if you have the tools and I’ve seen to many fail right around 100k. Don’t end up like this guy, just put a new engine in his at work last week.
Had this towed into work today. 110k on the odometer. Looks like number 3 cylinder intake rocker fell off and got jammed under the cam. This then made the cam jump breaking 3 of 4 hold down and causing all other rockers to jump. Never seen one fail this bad, it even broke the valve guide for...
Picked up my new to me axle a ford Dana 44 HP. Now to build it and finish my 9 inch then the fun begins.
It’s from a 78 with the welded perches not cast. Basically the same Troy used but I think his was 77.