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Will an axle shaft out of an OBS Sterling 10.25" fit in a Super Duty Sterling 10.5"

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did you break your rearend Marty??

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Will an axle shaft out of an OBS Sterling 10.25" fit in a Super Duty Sterling 10.5"
Sure!! Just put the tailgate down! Superdutys carry a LOT!
sorry...just had to say that!
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I thought the axles were different due to the brake setup on the OBS being on the driveline. No?

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I would think so. All you should need to do is pop the axle shaft out of each and measure them to see if they are the same.

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I didn't break one, it was for a friend.

I think the Axle SHAFTS... not the lug pattern/axle itself is the same. Doesn't matter now, chromoly ones will be here Thursday.

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