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Old 10-20-2013, 07:26 PM
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snapped my front diff carrier in half.

I have a 01 f350 with 7.3. this weekend i snapped my front diff carrier/case. in half and took out ring/pinion and spider gears in the process. no luck at local junk yard. do any of you have these parts or a complete axle you would be willing to sell. 3.73 gears. dana 60
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Old 10-20-2013, 07:31 PM
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Sorry I can't help there.... But how in the hell did you make that happen?!


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Check this thread out. Ask him and he can give you a selling price at a better deal than list price.
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I'm also curious how you did this?
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If you're on any 4x4 forums (like Pirate 4x4) I'm sure someone will have stock gears and carrier.

If not, I'd give Randy's Ring and Pinion a call and order up some replacement Yukon stuff.
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not sure what part of Oregon you are, but a quick look on craigslist, had a few???
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@ mts678 well to many years of hauling firewood and dragging big trees down to the road. I average about 70 cord a year as a side job for extra money. my wife was backing the truck up to load some wood in the trailer and she popped the clutched in 4 low with a good load already on and she said it was making a grinding noise. i hopped in and tried it was thinking i took out the ring gear wich i have done before but i took out the front driveline and unlocked the hubs and limped it back to town. well i found a big mess when i pulled it out. Im sure it was on the verge that was just the tipping point.
@ timmyboy I live in laGrande. have looked on craigslist but didn't see anything in my area. What area were you looking up?
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Old 10-21-2013, 06:36 AM
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Old 10-21-2013, 06:45 AM
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@ timmyboy I live in laGrande. have looked on craigslist but didn't see anything in my area. What area were you looking up?
portland, or
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Old 10-24-2013, 04:31 AM
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Found a axle yesterday. Heading that wayThis morning to pick it up. Thanks for the help.
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