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Old 04-02-2014, 08:14 PM
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Anybody ever seen a 10.25 axle under an Excursion?

I bought an axle out of a 2001 V10 Excursion because I wanted the 4.30 gears. At the time of purchace I only glanced at the axle tag. Later when I swapped on a ribbed aluminum cover I spotted something odd, only 2 differential spider gears! Then I really studied that axle tag. It says 4L30 10 2 not 4L30 10 5.
I thought Ford quit 10.25"s with the 1999 Super Duty! So has anyone seen a 99+ Super Duty/Excursion without a 10.5?
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Old 04-02-2014, 08:26 PM
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does it have drums or discs?
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I would say someone else had swapped it out.

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Disk brakes with 170mm lug pattern. No y'all this is the real deal, bolt on driveshaft flange too. But you know they did find a live Chupacabra today too!
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Old 04-21-2014, 12:45 AM
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OK, I may have figgured out the mistery. While doing some internet searching on stall speed, I came across a V10 vs V8 thread that talted about the 2 pinion carrier being in 5.4 F250's.
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What makes you want 4.30 gears?
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To clarify, I put this 4.30 axle under my 2005 V10 F250. It had 4.11's with 31.6" tires, I went to 33.1 tires and going to 4.30's put it exactly back to where it was.
I will be swapping an Eaton true-trac in soon.

For those that don't know, a 3-valve V10 with a tune, is a BEAST!
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