Pete - looks good!
The Ford knuckles fit on the Jeep axle? Which Ford?
You now have the 2 knuckle arms like the Terraflex - except yours has the top arm removable/replaceable - just in case - I like that option.
Bumpsteer gone now? Or do you drive it in the street?
I've heard that Hiems wear faster than the typical TREs, true or rumor?
BTW - next time you are doing the Hammers let me know. I live only about 12 miles down the road in Landers. In fact, so close I can get there without touching pavement except for the road in front of my house.
Actually, I have a complete Ford axle, from hub to hub. It's a full width Ford HP D44 out of a '79 f150. I converted to Radius Arms and adopted the Ford steering setup. It works really well, but it was a LOT of work. The passenger side knuckle is milled and tapped for a Blue Torch Fab high-steer arm. The track bar is a hybrid adjustable setup that we fabbed up in my garage, and the axle mount came from Ballistic Fabrication. We fabbed up the frame mount from scrap I had laying around.
I have ZERO bumpsteer.
I've heard that heims wear faster, too. I imagine it's true, but mine is a dedicated trail rig that sees less than 1500 street miles per year. I've wasted all of the stock tres in the rig, so it won't be all that much different if I waste the heims, except they're cheaper. I'm using 1" teflon coated chromoly heims. They should last at least a season or two, and replacement is wicked-easy.
Also, it's not the Hammers, but you'll still be right down the road: We're gonna go play at Stoddard Valley over the weekend of April 28th. Come on out. It will be fun. A buddy of mine owns the Team Purple comp rig, and he's gonna bring it out to play. Should be a good time.
If you're interested, PM me and I'll give you my numbers and details on where we're camping.