As for oversized king pins, if they are oversized, they won't fit through the eye of the axle. Or use a hammer and driver. If I buy these bushings, reamer, and pins from them would it all work out?
Atomic Industries www. Santee, California Posts: May 2010 Location: I also agree that for the price of a shop doing it for you, you can own the tool and do it yourself again, and also on your friends cars. I found several things including kits in the Bratton's catalog.
Send a private message to john in illinois. Florham Park, NJ Posts: Dec 28, 2007 Posts: I was agreeing with you. I debur the edges of the bushings and tap in the reamer. My other question is I just spent a while looking in the Bratton catalog and could not find any trace of king pins, is there another name for them?
It's got roller bearings instead of bushings. Welcome to BMT!
I would assume the pins Bratton's have match the rest of the kit? Ford kingpins are.
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When I bought the kingpins for my car in the late 90's, the new ones had a slightly triangular shape. Do I cut to ball portion off the top, change kingpins, or just leave it alone? Kingpins http: It will all go together.