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Exclamation Please Help rear axle problems

Hi guys thanks for looking and thanks in advance for any input. I have an 02 cc f250 4x4 and recently my rear wheel bearing went out and oavaled my axle tube. Is there any way to fix this.
Also I have found another rear axle out of an 06 6.0 with 3.73 gears ( mine has the same) does anybody know if this will work I cannot find anything on the 05 up axles anywhere

I can get that 06 axle dirt cheap, way less than half of what local junkyard wants for one so if needed I can modify a little if need

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the backspacing is different between the 99-04 axles and the 05+ axles

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Is that all. Would that affect anything other than looks cause I have a set of spacers I could put on

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only other thing is the way that the rear driveshaft attaches. the 05+ are flanges, and you may have a yoke, but you can figure that out

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Ok. I could probably get tha piece off the driveshaft that bolts to axle and swap it out thanks and anything else y'all can think of would be good I'm going to look at it and talk to the guy tonight when I get off work

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the 02s are flanges as well


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