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Old 01-18-2017, 11:14 AM   #11
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I have 24 spline on a 10 spline truck, seems you need the disco trailing arms and they should fit without modification.

can you measure you 24 spline front axle Radius Arms slot?

Mine came in at ~51mm (well exactly) and I am curious if you disco ones are the same.
You got it. Ill try and measure when I get home tonight. If not for sure this weekend when I pull the front axle.

That is what I was thinking too (No mods) as the bushing part number at the chassis is the same.
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Old 01-26-2017, 12:31 PM   #12
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I have 24 spline on a 10 spline truck, seems you need the disco trailing arms and they should fit without modification.
I just re-read this.

I need to change the rear trailing arms too? I thought they were the same
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Just the radius arms; wide vs narrow. Fit the correct width arms to match the axle - lengths are all the same and the chassis side (threaded/shaft) is the same on both versions.
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Old 01-26-2017, 09:33 PM   #14
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Just the radius arms; wide vs narrow. Fit the correct width arms to match the axle - lengths are all the same and the chassis side (threaded/shaft) is the same on both versions.
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Just the radius arms; wide vs narrow. Fit the correct width arms to match the axle - lengths are all the same and the chassis side (threaded/shaft) is the same on both versions.
Good stuff. That is what I thought. Thanks.
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bump, anyone confirm this with a set they have laying around.

I believe disco/RRC are 51MM
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Old 10-13-2017, 12:19 PM   #19
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Just For Thread posterity there are three types of arms. Wide and narrow: rrc, def, disco

The third type is very early rrc that has narrow eyes up front and a smaller diameter pin for the frame bushing and nut in the rear of the arm. Super rare but out there!

All are the same length plus or minus a mm or two
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Old 10-13-2017, 01:22 PM   #20
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Narrow:
* Outer diameter: 51.00mm
* Outer length: 38.00mm
* Inner diameter: 16.00mm
* Inner length: 47.00mm

Wide:
* Outer diameter: 50.50mm
* Outer length: 44.30mm
* Inner diameter: 16.20mm
* Inner length: 54.00mm
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