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4.10 to 3.55 Axle Swap -- Will This Work
I'm interested in going from 4.10s to 3.55s front and back. Found this Ford Sterling rear/rear springs
on Craigs List. The rear is 10.25 sterling out of a '91 350 and the front is a TTB from a '97. Both have 3.55s.
I don't have the requisite skill to replace just the gears, and having someone else do the gears is cost prohibitive. So, is buying this axle set a good way to go? Can I just bolt the 350 rear axle and springs to my F250 hangers? I have a sagging left rear spring now, so doing it this way could kill two birds with one stone. Also, when I drive the truck, which is rarely, I'm usually towing a 6,500# Travel Trailer, so the sway bar that is included would be a nice addition.......I think.
Per my sig below, I have a 250 w/TTB front -- have not found a Dana 60 w/3.55s for the front yet, so I thought I'd do this in the interim.
Whatcha think? Thanks
1997 F250 CCSB w/126K miles. Bean Stage 1s, TW 6 Position Chip, Tymar Intake, 3" DP, 4" exhaust with cat delete, ZF5, SMF, LuK Clutch, 4:10s, ISSPRO Gauges, HPX
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