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Old 03-12-2010, 03:32 PM
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05-07 rear end in a 01??

Will the 05 and up rear ends fit in the 99-04 trucks? I know they are a little wider, but do the perches line up? If so it should still bolt right in? Does anyone know?How about an 08 up rear into the early superduty's?
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Old 03-13-2010, 05:47 AM
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I should bolt to the perches, but the bolt pattern will be different, if it is 8 bolt wheel.
99-04 8 on 170mm
05- up 8 on 200mm
Bolt patterns, just my 2 cents.
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He is correct...you can buy adapter plates though..or just switch the front end also, just a heads up the diffs are 3" wider then ours..anything above 05 is bigger..anything to 04 is the same..

for the front and rear ends, yes they bolt right up.. 99.5-010

the nicest rear end is the 08..07 for front as per my pic!
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Don't know if this matters in your situation, but the brake rotors are larger, too.
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I should bolt to the perches, but the bolt pattern will be different, if it is 8 bolt wheel.
99-04 8 on 170mm
05- up 8 on 200mm
Bolt patterns, just my 2 cents.

um... are you sure? the wheels from my best friends 02 fit on my father in laws 08 without any issue and every wheel site i've looked at still lists the 05-10 as 8x170
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ok so y on earth would u want to change them if they arent broken??
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a few sites i looked at today showed them at 200mm...? i also didnt believe him.. post your sources i wanna see too!!
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I forgot to mention I am running srw on my truck now. I sold all the dually stuff. I have 18's on 325 tires. I was referring to srw axles. I am not changing the front axle, mines fine.
I have a bit of a clunk going into drive then reverse. I hate it that way. I am really looking for a 9-04 rear. A guy on here has one in GA. I may go get it. I would have to rebuild it, that gets costly. I want no noise or clunks from it. My dually rear is approxo 3 inches too wide per side then my fronts with the front dually spacers removed, the back wheels just bolted right on but stick out. I would prefer the same stance but can live with the difference. I dont want to listen to the clunk i get. I dont want to deal with rebuilding it cause i am driving it and dont want own time. I am going to buy one, rebuild if needed then replace.
The 05 and up dually rears are 8 on 200. But all the srw trucks 99 to date are 8on170.
This i know. I believe they 05 srw rear ends are 1-7/8 wider a side. Thats how much spacers you need per wheel to use 05 and up rims on a 04 back truck. I just did not know if perches line up? I assumed they would but it would be a costly mistake on my part
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... why not rebuild..its not $$$ sure your driveshaft isnt making the clunking.. im rebuilding mine due to bearings and it will cost 200$ for bearings, seals, crush sleeve plus install time.. get someone who knows what they are doing and can shim the rear end and get rid of the backlash and everything so its tight, get used to it these rear ends die, this will be the 3rd time in 7 years this truck has had i rebuilt..everytime by ford..
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yes, but it could cause ring and pinion whine if you reshim them an they line up different? I was told that anyway.
The dana 80(mine) has no crush sleeve its done with shims. That makes me think that there minimal but still play in it from te get go. Te cruch sleeve designed to save the mecanic time and labor but has a constant pressure to an extent on the stuff.
I want to get a 10.5 rear.
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