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need help on id of dana on 01 E350 diesel van please

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Guys i have a couple of question. My 01 ford E350 diesel van has carrier bearing problems and i am having a heck of a time finding a carrier gear side thrust shim. I also can get my hands on a 2000 dodge 2500 dana complete rear end with 411 gears with posilock for 125 bucks. I would love to buy the dodge dana but do not know if the fords rims would fit and would my pinion yoke off van fit the dodge dana pinion shaft. My carrier on my ford dana is in bad shape as far as bearing fit on ring gear side ( bearing does not press on hard , its real easy).. My tag on rear says 410 VYC25 and bottom of tag says v605522-6. Oh van has ambulance package with single wheels on back
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Don't the vans have a Dana 70 and 8x6.5 bolt pattern? I'm not 100% on this, but I do believe the perches would be different as far as swapping the whole axle goes

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Don't the vans have a Dana 70 and 8x6.5 bolt pattern? I'm not 100% on this, but I do believe the perches would be different as far as swapping the whole axle goes
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I thought it was a dana 70 but the ring gear cover does not match the picture id on internet for a 70 but all info points to a 70.You would think ford dealer would know but they could not help me out,,, I pulled a axle from the dodge2500 and my axle is about an inch thicker.
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