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Re: King pin reaming?
Stroehlman #1328507 Wed Oct 02 2019 12:19 PM
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Does anybody know the difference between the 42’- 46’ chevy 1/2 ton steering knuckle and the 52’ 1/2 ton.


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Re: King pin reaming?
Stroehlman #1328523 Wed Oct 02 2019 02:40 PM
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If the kingpin diameter and length are the same (I don’t know) then most likely interchangeable.
I have mix and matched other models and years with good success if dimensions are the same.


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