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Old 10-06-2011, 02:58 PM
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2000 f250 psd, blew my rear end up, need to know what years...

I looked on ebay and local sources for a rear, most say 2000 to 2004 will work.

I need to know if a 2006 f250 rear will work, i found one a little ways away, but i need to know asap if it will work or not?

My truck is down and i need a rear end that will fit it, but need to know what years will interchange.. If its just spring perch mounts that are different, ill reweld them on the diff axle..

My wheels are spinning, .. well not really.

Thanks so much!!!
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If they are both 10.5 Sterling's and are the same length flange to flange, then i think you could make it work if you're willing to fabricate.

Some issues you may run into:

May need a funky U-joint with two different sizes.

Drive shaft slip joint may not have enough range if the diff isn't located int he exact same spot.

Brake lines may need to be fabricated also.

Your wheels may not fit on the newer brake setup.

Tough call, but I would try to find a reputable salvage yard that could find you a direct bolt in replacement. Maybe they can even locate one and have it shipped to their yard? It might be less expensive and aggravating in the long run.

I know this isn't the exact thing you were looking for, but I hope it helps a little bit.
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Check the lug bolt pattern, ford changed it from 8 on 170mm to 8 on 200mm about that time
also, better check caliper location,(some are both to the rear, some are staggered front/rear) and ABS harness plugs to make sure they match
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lug pattern is the same. But lug nuts went to fine thread. breaks will be ok especially if the new rear is complete. But i bet your driveshaft has a rear yoke while the 06 uses a flange. You will have to either change yokes on the rear end from the one you have now or get the flange mating part for your driveshaft.
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Thanks for the help guys, i found a same year rear end but it was more money, i was done in a few hours.

I knew i should have saved that 6.0 part out truck!!!


Ill see if i can close the thread.

thanks again

Bryan
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