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Old 08-31-2012, 02:02 PM
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2012 F250 SRW Axle Type?

I just bought a F250 FX4 Diesel Crew Cab and can't seem to find out what axles are on this truck. It's a Kentucky made truck. I know I have 3.31 gear ratio and the rear locker. That info was on the window sticker.
Being a Jeep guy I like to know what axles I have, and I don't really want to crawl under the truck to search for axle codes. The owners manual says nothing about axle types.
Doesn't Ford standardize what axles they use on 2012 F250 diesels? I presume the front is a Dana 60. It's high pinion so I am hoping it's a Dana Super 60.
And the rear?
Any help would be appreciated!
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I think Ford makes the rear axle.
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I just bought a F250 FX4 Diesel Crew Cab and can't seem to find out what axles are on this truck. It's a Kentucky made truck. I know I have 3.31 gear ratio and the rear locker. That info was on the window sticker.
Being a Jeep guy I like to know what axles I have, and I don't really want to crawl under the truck to search for axle codes. The owners manual says nothing about axle types.
Doesn't Ford standardize what axles they use on 2012 F250 diesels? I presume the front is a Dana 60. It's high pinion so I am hoping it's a Dana Super 60.
And the rear?
Any help would be appreciated!
Front: Dana 60 High Pinion, 35 spline outer axles.
Rear: Sterling 10.5"
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Old 09-01-2012, 12:27 PM
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Thank You!!!
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Old 09-01-2012, 12:30 PM
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Like mentioned commonly called the Dana super 60 or Ball joint 60
and the venerable Sterling 10.5
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Old 09-03-2012, 08:20 PM
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Like mentioned commonly called the Dana super 60 or Ball joint 60
and the venerable Sterling 10.5
Exactly what I wanted!!
Thanx!
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Old 09-05-2012, 07:24 PM
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whats the diferance between the sterling 10.5 and the dana 80 10.5?
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