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Old 05-02-2006, 06:42 PM
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Axle seal Question

Hello all,
Great site. Looks awefully familiar to another site I'm a member of. At any rate, I was curious as to if I could get a part number for the rear axle seals on my 1994 f350. It originally came with a 351. It of course has 4 wheel drive. Any input would be great.
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JJ

P.s. The axle that is in the truck is a Dana 70, correct? I'm pretty sure the 80 has it stamped on the pig somewhere.
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Hello all,
Great site. Looks awefully familiar to another site I'm a member of. At any rate, I was curious as to if I could get a part number for the rear axle seals on my 1994 f350. It originally came with a 351. It of course has 4 wheel drive. Any input would be great.
Thanks,
JJ

P.s. The axle that is in the truck is a Dana 70, correct? I'm pretty sure the 80 has it stamped on the pig somewhere.
it is probably a ford 10.5 inch rear end........they only used the danas on the bigger trucks even in the newest ones...........look at the tag on one of the diff bolts....it will say S????(example would be S682T) on top.......the lower line will be the gear ratio (3 73 or 3L 73 as an example....the L means posi) and then after the gear ratio it will probably say 10 5.....which means its a for 10.5 inch rear end (full floater no matter what)......with this info you should be able to get he part from any parts house or dealer......Marc
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and one more thing....welcome to the site...the other site you reffered to was one of our sister sites. LEM....or andy to some guys....has four sites he runs......the cummins, powerstroke, duramax, and nissan titan sites are all essentially the same type of site run by the same guy.....Marc
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Ah ha!...makes sense now. At any rate, thanks for your help marc. I think I've seen you over there too. Nice site again!
-JJ
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