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post #1 of 5 Old 03-08-2013, 07:05 AM Thread Starter
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Factory rear axle/diff 2002 F350 Diesel 4WD

Stuck at work trying to order parts for 2002 F-Series 4WD
<Per fordtechservice.dealerconnection.com using the VIN>
7.3L Diesel Turbo
4 SP Auto 4R100 transmission
4.10 Ratio Axle

Looking through the on-line service manual (Hemi/Motorcraft service) it isn't clear to me which which hub and rear diff I have. Can this info be determined on line or am I stuck until I can slide under the truck tonight.
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check the tag on the rear diff...what are you try'n to order?

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No access to the truck until tonight

Ya, I know but I can't do that until after the stores close tonight. I was trying to order seals today and find out if I needed the special axle bolt socket so I could pick them up on the way home.
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ya, you'll need the special socket, autozoo/kragens..etc, got it for 20 buks...i wanna say, the seals..(inner hub seals) are the same with all our axles..10.5 / 10.25

Sinceur in there, probably get new ebrake pads too

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Front axle does not need a special socket. It does however need a special seal driver tool.

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