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What axle ?

I've got an 03 7.3, 2 wheel drive. I know it has the base axle with 3.73 gears, just wondering what kind that is because I'm looking into getting a posi unit. I know it probably says it on it but don't feel like going down there.
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sterling 10.25

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it is a sterling but it is a 10.50 , the dualies have a 11.25 in them

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sterling 10.50

the 10.25 was used in the older trucks

1999 F250 XLT 2WD 7.3, 6 spd, South Bend Con OFE, Detroit Truetrac, Tony Wildman tunes, Autometer Boost&Pyro, AFE Stage II, 4" MBRP Exhaust, 2" Daystars, 17x9 DC1 wheels wrapped in 33x12.50 MTZ's

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10.25 gears and lockers fit in a 10.5....just to let ya know
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10.25 gears and lockers fit in a 10.5....just to let ya know
that would get a parts counter man all screwed up

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ooops sorry always get the 10.5 and 10.25 mixed up

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My vote goes to 10.5 as well


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10.1/2 obs 101/4 my two cents restack clutches and add one its cheaper.
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