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Old 01-24-2013, 02:33 PM
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Any difference between the 95 and 97 Dana 60?

Looking at a dana 60 from a 95, gonna be putting it in a 97 250. are the rotors and calipers the same? and what about the hub and internals can i switch them over from the 250 since i only have 84k miles?
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Old 01-24-2013, 03:03 PM
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Works all the same, I have a 95 axle under my 97 250, literally bolts rite up
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i think its the 94 and earlier models that have different brakes
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I'm not sure if the axles were like powerstrokes, but 93 axles had the slide pin calipers, that all you gotta do is grind down the tab on the brake line and still bolts rite in
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Old 01-24-2013, 03:35 PM
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the 97 will have bolt on calipers. the 95 may or may not have bolt on calipers depending on when it was made. The cahnge over was towards the end of 95. 96 also had bolt on calipers. rotors are slightly different as well and do not interchange. hubs and everything else is the same.
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Old 01-24-2013, 05:20 PM
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My 97 caliper and hub went on fine, and btw with the 97's your drive shaft will fit fine in there too under stock f350 springs
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Do i need the f350 pitman arm?
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:16 AM
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Nope.






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My F250 was built in May 1995 and has the bolt on calipers. Got lucky there.

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the 97 will have bolt on calipers. the 95 may or may not have bolt on calipers depending on when it was made. The cahnge over was towards the end of 95. 96 also had bolt on calipers. rotors are slightly different as well and do not interchange. hubs and everything else is the same.
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Do i need the f350 pitman arm?
If you want to be able to turn truck ,yes install the F350 arm .The 250 arm works but the turning radius is horrible .
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