26-41000 W.A.H., EB for Early Bronco
W.A.H. for the early Bronco D-44. The Wristed Axle Housing is the latest innovation from BC Broncos to get the most extreme articulation possible out of your Early Bronco. Maximizing articulation allows your Bronco to crawl over difficult obstacles while keeping all four tires in contact with the ground. The result is better traction for both forward movement and braking, a more stable ride through uneven terrain, and increased driver confidence with fewer “tippy” situations. The WAH works by relieving the natural sway bar effect that is inherent in the radius arm suspension design. The WAH leaves both radius arms firmly in control of braking resulting in better on-road manners than either a wristed arm or lengthened radius arms. Off-road, the WAH completely frees C-bushing bind and allows each end of the axle housing to articulate according to the terrain under that tire, virtually unaffected by the other. The components of the WAH are CNC machined to stringent tolerances. Each kit includes a hub, rotor, cap, thrust washers, sleeve, grease fittings, and hardware. Basic fabrication skills including careful measuring, cutting, and welding are required, but no precision machining is needed. At this time the WAH is only available for the stock Early Bronco Dana 44 and the 1978-1979 F-150″ high pinion” D-44.