We went through this process a few years back, no easy answer. The carrier that you have does not have the correct spindles, nor backer-plates (inner wheel contacts). Possibly a disc brake conversion would allow the inner rim to fit. With all the swapping around of the pieces that we had on hand, we were not able to do the conversion. Finally purchased a short-bus, and used the differential out of it. We were a RWD, and initially used a set of Fred's adapters to bring our front wheels out, until the OEM parts were also sourced for the front end. If you do get this to work, we are sub'd, post lots of pics.....J&J.
Building power "Sanford and Son Style"
1998 gmc 3500 RCLB/4X4, 4L80E, DB2 converted, 6.2l #599 casting, bored .040", water-cooled garrett gt3271G turbo, CTS manifold, j-code intake, .290" IP, delphi injectors popped to 2300PSI with modded tips, 3" D.P., aero stainless muffler, triangle tip side pipe, Holley Red lift pump @ 5PSI, canton racing oil filter delete, remote filters, custom 5000psi gates oil cooler lines, over-sized long oil cooler, over-sized hayden tranny cooler, other than that its a "stock" engine....
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