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Would anybody happen to have some type of list of all the parts needed to do this front end rebuild (steering and suspension). I noticed just about all the bushings are shot. I saw a few parts I can obtain through Geno's Garage but I have the hook up at a major auto parts warehouse so the more I can get from them the better.

BTW, it's a 4x2.
 

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Would anybody happen to have some type of list of all the parts needed to do this front end rebuild (steering and suspension). I noticed just about all the bushings are shot. I saw a few parts I can obtain through Geno's Garage but I have the hook up at a major auto parts warehouse so the more I can get from them the better.
You should search. There was a thread with pretty much the same question. So close I thought you were asking it twice.
 

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You should search. There was a thread with pretty much the same question. So close I thought you were asking it twice.
I did a search and that didn't come up
 

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go to the parts store and buy moog parts, they have a lifetime warranty. I have a 4x4 so my brain is completely useless to you lol.
 

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This guy did a good write up on the front steering. I did this t-style conversion it was easy, i love it

Ram Modifications steering

Part # are at the bottom
 

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This guy did a good write up on the front steering. I did this t-style conversion it was easy, i love it

Ram Modifications steering

Part # are at the bottom
I stumbled across that last night after a while of searching and I came to discover I have the Y setup so it would def be nice to convert to the T. The only thing I didn't find is if this will also work on a 4x2. It seems like everyone has a 4x4 so I couldn't confirm if it would work for me. So if anyone can confirm that the Y to T conversion works on a 4x2 I'd appreciate it.
 

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The only thing I didn't find is if the 98 HD setup will also work on my 95 4x2. It seems like everyone has a 4x4 so I couldn't confirm if it would work for me. So if anyone can confirm that the Y to T conversion works on a 4x2 I'd appreciate it.

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Anybody know the answer to this??
 
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