I have made some more progress. Got the rest of the kingpin components install as well as the knuckles and steering arms from solid axle industries.
I also tacked on the trackbar bracket and used some PVC to start finding full bump and seeing how the angles look. So far its ok, however i have a couple of things i need to sort out. The trackbar does hit the diff cover at full bump, now the PVC i am using is technically 1/8 of an inch bigger in diameter than the actual DOM tube. The trackbar is also not as parallel as I would like it to be. The location of the steering arm is much higher on a kingpin axle than the old 44, meaning the axle end of the draglink is higher than the track bar. There are a couple of ways I can solve this, 1, moving the drag link to under the steering arm ( as a benefit, this would also let me stuff the axle higher up towards the frame) or 2, new trackbar bracket.
Solid axle industries knuckle and steering arm:
The bracket that i have currently test fitted is from ruffstuff https://www.ruffstuffspecialties.co...MI9NXh_rnC_gIV4xB9Ch3rSgckEAQYASABEgKWIfD_BwE
This brackets upper hole is 6" from axle center. I am going to try this one from Barnes 4wd next https://barnes4wd.com/products/offset-axle-panhard-bracket-1-4
This brackets upper hole is 7&5/8 from the axle center, however i believe it is more offset forwards than the ruff stuff one, so i will have to be cognizant of that.
The additional height should help both the trackbar angle, so that it is more parallel to the drag link, and help clear the diff cover at full bump.
Here you can kinda see the angles, sorry there is other stuff in the way, but you get the idea.