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Old 07-15-2009, 01:19 PM
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What axles are these?

Hi guys,
I know the rear axle has a limited slip and 3.73. it says D1 in the sticker. but can you tell me what axles are? here some pics.

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arriero
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Old 07-16-2009, 01:09 PM
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Sterling 10.50 Rear , Front axles should be Dana 60's.
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Sterling 10.50 Rear , Front axles should be Dana 60's.
Sounds about right to me, u didnt have to post pics for that one! lol
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sorry for trend hijack but what tag are yall reading to figure out what differential and gear sets yall have? i assume the little ones on the rear pumpkin cover, but which one of the two do you look at?
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Sounds about right to me, u didnt have to post pics for that one! lol
Well, pictures are just in case
Never heard of the stearling axle.... but it's BIG!! It looks like de GM 14 bolt. how is it compeared?

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Ford has been using the sterling since the mid 80's in 3/4 ton and up applications and then in the 97+ f150 trucks with the 5.4.... It is a dead give away on the 150's to tell the engine.. The 14bolt axle is in my opinion a better over all axle. It is cheaper on parts and lockers. The sterling is close in stregnth and size though. It should be able to handle a 46" tire and 500hp.... Much more and I'd be prepared to replace parts.
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