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How do you tell which rear end you have?

Good evening everyone,

How do you tell which rear end you have (I can hear the jokes on here now...!)? My input shaft seal is weaping, I'd like to change it, but the parts guy says there are 4 different types of SRW rear end/axls.

Any easy way by looking? Dealer by VIN or course, but curious.

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Hope everyone has a good weekend!
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Another shot.
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you have a 10.5 sterling rear end like all the SRW trucks from your year still the axle in use today
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ps thats your pinion seal don't do it without reading up
and if u want the right parts order from Sunrise ford on here they will get it right guaranteed with VIN 20-40% off and free ship
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check your different breather to make sure it isn't clogged
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Differential vent
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that can cause a leak ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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only reason I know is mine was full of dirt and causing it to push out fluid
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only reason I know is mine was full of dirt and causing it to push out fluid
Good point. Thank you.
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ps thats your pinion seal don't do it without reading up
and if u want the right parts order from Sunrise ford on here they will get it right guaranteed with VIN 20-40% off and free ship

Thank you. I stand corrected! Pinion seal it is.... Not exactly up in the tranny is it now.

I'm good at taking things apart....

Thank you for the info.
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don't just unbolt the pinion nut without reading up on it
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