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Old 09-07-2010, 04:31 PM
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2002 Super Duty - What is the rear axle?

Is it a Dana 80? I have to rebuild mine this weekend.

I have some gear noise. Popped the cover off, and the carrier moves side to side about 3/8". I saw somewhere that the axle is not a normal Dana 80 in some Fords. I need to know what bearings are in it. Anyone have a good break down on this axle?

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Dana 80 for dually 10.5 for srw
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Old 09-07-2010, 05:51 PM
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It is a SRW. I'm having a hard time finding what I need. By the movement, I suspect the carrier bearings are bad. Just trying to find out how big of a project this is. I'm hoping that it is a simple bearing swap.
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It is a SRW. I'm having a hard time finding what I need. By the movement, I suspect the carrier bearings are bad. Just trying to find out how big of a project this is. I'm hoping that it is a simple bearing swap.
Your truck has a sterling 10.5 . The bearing swap is simple , though they do get pressed on and off (most local napa's can do it for you or machine shops if you don't have a press ). There are shims in there too that you need to put back in the proper location , one may be thicker than the other . Also make sure you don't mix the caps up . Keep them on the side they came off of and in the same direction .
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Although you say there is 3/8 inch movement , I gotta believe you are gonna have some other issues as well , maybe not though , would have to see it .
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Old 09-07-2010, 06:10 PM
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Where can I get the bearings? The usual Ebay isn't turning up much. 'Zone just has pinion bearings. I'm hoping it is just this simple and the rear isn't toast.

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Old 09-07-2010, 06:50 PM
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Ok. Found the bearing kit. I'm gonna try doing the whole bearing rebuild.
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Oh yea , torque the caps to proper specs . I forget what it is .
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