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Old 06-05-2014, 06:52 AM
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Is dually Rear diff carrier and gears same as SRW?

I have a 1996 f350 dually parts truck with a ls rear axle, what i am wondering is can i take the carrier out of the dually axle and put it in my single wheel axle? They are both 4:10 as well.
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Old 06-05-2014, 07:00 AM
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nope not the same axle

look at the dif cover
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Old 06-05-2014, 01:18 PM
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yes they are same.

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nope not the same axle

look at the dif cover
the 250/350 OBS trucks all had a sterling 10.25 the F-Superduty got the Dana 80.
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The answer is yes, it's a sterling 10.25 either way
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They are the same (repeating what the others said), 10.25 Sterling. My 94 DRW was a 4.10 10.25 Sterling. The OBS F-SuperDuty's had the Dana 80 (I think). Cheers!
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no chit ?

sorry bout that
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Thanks guys sorry i been away for awhile. So could i just put the whole axle under my truck and remove the adapters? Im just wanting the limited slip option.
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dually axles are wider than SRW axles
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The carrier is the same, the housing and shafts differ
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