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post #1 of 5 Old 01-21-2012, 02:48 PM Thread Starter
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Converting a D110 (F450 DRW) to SRW

So I have an 08 F450 that I would like to de-dual. Has anyone done this or heard of it being done? I know I can swap out the axle but that's not what I'm looking to do for various reasons.

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There was a thread where someone did that to an F350. I don't remember if they left the D80 in it or not.



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You can leave the D80 in with SRW's, I assume you could with the D110 too. IIRC the DRW axle is 1.5" wider, so it might look a little funny unless you put spacers on the front.

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this is really late but im sure that if you wanted to do it right without any spacers or anything. i would get different offsetted rear wheels than your front wheels and they woud balance out. get the front ones stick out a little and the rear to stick in
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A google search netted a lot pics of this being done.

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