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OK - I have been doing some research into this, and I have a Chevy D44, a Waggy D44 and a wide track D30 in my garage. I couldn't figure out how you would be able to get away with just cutting down one side of the Chevy, and still have a decently straight shot back into the transfer case (on a CJ). I'm not saying it can't be done, I'm fishing for what people did, how much they cut, etc.
I have my measurements at home, one day I'm gonna post them on my website, I had even made little "to scale" drawings of things so I could compare.

BTW - local shops around here want $150 to cut the tubes down & reweld.

Oh, and what I decided on was to go with the full-width waggy - mainly cause it was the widest I could go for stability with the SOA with getting extended flares, that will still cover the tires for on the street. It is currently at the machinist getting the passenger side mount machined flat on the top.

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