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Old 11-16-2013, 07:55 AM
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Dana 80 dwr info

Does anyone know where I can get info on the differences between the dana 80, specifically between 99-04 and 05plus.I know the lug bolt pattern is different 8x170 vs 8x200,but I am more so looking for axle interchange ,and hubs and brakes from the 05 and up working on the 04. Thanks
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I know the 05 is wider...so I would think the axles wouldnt swap.
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I know the 05 is wider...so I would think the axles wouldnt swap.
Are you meaning hub to hub measurement or tire outside dimension?
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The rear end it self. Hub to hub.
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Ok thanks,do you know if the hubs interchange , I do know the inner bearing is the same 99 to 04, then mid 06 and up.
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No, I dont know on that one.
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I tried to Google a pic with the same angle. These trucks have the same wheels.
You can see my 03 sticks out less than the 05
03


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I tried to Google a pic with the same angle. These trucks have the same wheels.
You can see my 03 sticks out less than the 05
03


05
Ok I see what you mean.Guess there is no way around it other then changing the whole housing assembly.i have adapters that get me from 8x170 to 8x200 but was looking down the road.
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