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Dana 60 Swap Hub Question

I have searched the forums and counldnt find an awnser. I have a ttb now and the calipers bolt on the dana 60 I have is ball joint with clip held calipers. My question is will the clip held calipers work with my bolt on caliper hub is the rotors the same size. Any help would be appriciated from those who know.

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Around 94-95 Ford changed from slide pins to bolt on calipers, the rotor size also changed by about 1/2". As long as you use the same style axle, the rotors and calipers will swap between the D50 TTB and D60. You cannot mix the slide pin and bolt on calipers and rotors.

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The hubs will swap fine tho, but as said no rotor or caliper swapping

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