Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Armstrong B.C. Canada
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I figures its all about what you can find for what price.
I have run both and really don't notice any difference in driving them.
the king pins last longer and are stronger but more expensive to rebuild.
ball joints aren't as strong but cheaper to replace, that being said I have never broke a ball joint and I am very hard on my stuff.
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1978 Ford Bronco
ZF-5 NP 205 10.25 rear Dana 60 front
Denny T fuel pin 366 governor spring
HX 35 turbo BD exhaust brake
1990 F-350 Crew-Cab Short Box XLT 4x4
170cc stage 1 injectors, superduty intercooler, flowmaster 3" down pipe, 4" exhaust, 6637 filter, 17* HPOP, Wildman tunes, build E4OD, 5 disc billet converter, Irate E-fuel, 1.0 exhaust housing, WW2, CCV mod, homemade RSK