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Old 07-24-2013, 07:55 PM
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1994 idi turbo dually with blown rear end

Soo I have a 94 idi turbo with a blown rear end. It has 410 gears in it. I have a 95 f350 7.3 with a single rear wheel diff. Can I swap this right over and put the dually wheels on it or are the dually diffs different. If I can't do that can I just swap the gears from the single to the dually?


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Sorry for kind of posting in the wrong spot. And how hard is it to just change the gears out. I have never done it so that's why I'm leaning towards just swapping the whole diff over


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As long as it's not a cab and chassis model, the axle will bolt up. The bad news is the SRW axle is about 4" narrower than the DRW axle. Both are 10.25 sterling so the gears will swap over. The bad news is it takes special tools and a whole lot of patience while you install the ring and pinion, check backlash and pattern then remove them to change shims 50 times.
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As long as it's not a cab and chassis model, the axle will bolt up. The bad news is the SRW axle is about 4" narrower than the DRW axle. Both are 10.25 sterling so the gears will swap over. The bad news is it takes special tools and a whole lot of patience while you install the ring and pinion, check backlash and pattern then remove them to change shims 50 times.
Hmmm what kind of tools do you need. Yeah I'll have to just change the gears out since the srw won't be much use I need the drw


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Here's the list from my service manual but you probably won't use all of them. Go here to a general rundown of how to setup gears.

Special Service Tools Required Tool Number/ Description Illustration
T50T-100-A
Impact Slide Hammer
T57T-4851-B
Companion Flange Holding Tool
T71P-4621-B
Pinion Bearing Cone Remover
T75L-1165-B
Axle Bearing/Seal Plate
T79P-4020-A
Pinion Depth Gauge Kit
T80T-4000-W
Driver Handle
T80T-4000-Y
Rear Axle Seal Replacer
T80T-4020-A
Truck Pinion Depth Gauge
T83T-4676-A
Pinion Seal Replacer
T85T-1225-AH
Axle Bearing Remover
T85T-4020-AH1
Pinion Depth Aligning Adapter
T85T-4020-AH2
Pinion Depth Gauge Disc
T85T-4067-AH
Shim Driver
T85T-4209-AH
Pinion Shaft Thread Protector
T85T-4616-AH
Pinion Bearing Cup Replacer
T85T-4621-AH
Inner Pinion Bearing Cone Replacer
T85T-4851-AH
Companion Flange Replacer
D80L-630-7 Step Plate
D80L-1002-L Puller
D81L-4000-A Driver Handle
D81T-4020-F51 Gauge Tube
D81T-4221-A Differential Bearing Cone Replacer
D81T-4616-A Pinion Bearing Cup Replacer (Inner)
TOOL-4201-C Dial Indicator with Bracketry
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