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post #1 of 3 Old 05-16-2011, 04:37 PM Thread Starter
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dana 50 outer stuff on 60

can i use my dana 50 rotors,pads,and bearings on my 60? ive heard both ways. If i can i would love to keep my dana 50 stuff. Thanks
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not sure if you can use the pads or not, just depends on what style calipers it has, the push-pin style and the bolt on style.. the bearings are the same, so are the spindles, hubs, rotors, lockouts...

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there is a slight diffrence in the inner spindle but they are usable........and the bearings and outers are the same.........you just have to get dana 60 front caliper brackets because on a 50 they are molded into the knuckle and are not removable like the 60
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