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Old 04-11-2010, 05:23 PM
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F250 axle swap dana 60 (problem)

Hey guys i got a 1997 F250 power stroke that had the dana 50 TTB front axle in it and i am going ahead and putting the f350 dana 60 in there. The front Axle i got has king pins and came out of a early 86-early 90's .. the problem i am experiencing is my brake calipers off of the dana 50 has 2 bolts and now i noticed tonight the dana 60 has triangles on the top and bottom that hold the caliper down.. so tonight i went ahead and put my 4x4 rotors and hubs on the dana 60 .. so do i have to get new brake calipers and when i get those calipers will my hubs and rotors still be able to work with the new calipers?
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CAN ANYONE HELP ME!!?
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