Okay while we're waiting on photos of the ACTUAL front brake swap this thread is about.
Here's where my TLS swap got it's wings......12-27-2010kommando wrote (a reply to me) ....."That sidecar is adding a lot of weight so 8" TLS is the way to go IMHO. The capped ends will work as long as the bracket engages the notch on the brake plate, this may restrict you to 69/70 capped fork ends as they have the longest reaching brackets. So you will have a choice of rod 2 way damping or shuttle valve, the yokes set the distance apart which must match the 2 grooves on the axle but you can add new grooves if required."
Well it didn't happen in 2011.......but I finally got around to it. It was a long road (pun intended)
I have several VS type (QD) front ends but only a couple of road types. The capped 67's I have are easy to ID.....at one time I did know how to tell the difference between the lowers from a 68 and the 69/70. But apparently I lost that and completely forgot the details of my swap.
I don't have a 1968 SS front end and haven't had one in my hands. So I was out of line answering the OP because what he's asking isn't the same thing I ended up doing.
The wheel and hub ( at least the rim's parts number was correct for the 68) were off a 1968 B44SS. I don't remember exactly what axle I used.....my guess is, it was the correct one for the 69. I do remember having a heck of a time identifying everything. I have no clue what the TLS plate was off of, I got it from a different source.
I didn't have to modify anything and once I had all the correct pieces, it fell into place.
So this is a 1969 B44SS Front End, a 1968 B44SS 8" Full Width Hub/Rim with an 8" TLS ( probably off a twin) ........all mounted to a 1967 B44R. Now think about what kinda grief that's gona cause if it passes on to someone who doesn't know all that.
PS......if one of you ends up over at my place digging around for this stuff after I'm gone......all the original pieces were labeled and boxed together.....just keep looking!!!!