A Quote here from Natural State:
My front end consists of:
'77 B200 upper control arms
'96 Dakota dropped spindles from Belltech
'93 B300 lower control arms (going in very soon)
'77 B200 caliper mounting brackets (ground for clearancing)
'77 B200 caliper with ceramic '89 B200 pads
'88 B200 outer tie rod ends
'73 Imperial control sleeves
all other tie rods, idler arms, drag link, etc from '77 B200
added steering stabilzer
'78 New Yorker rotors to keep 5X4.5" bolt pattern
have to be careful about a couple of things, mostly the fact that the Dakota spindles have a much shorter steering knuckle. You will turn much sharper, and have NO bump stops except for the tires hitting the frame. There is a thread somewhere about how I did it in the beginning. make have to redo that thread....
I know it's posted on the other mid Dodge forum too...
Hope it helps....
It was in this thread:https://www.vanning.com/threads/ubbthreads.php/topics/290042/1.html