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post #1 of 7 Old 08-15-2010, 09:19 PM Thread Starter
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Solid axle swap

Aright i think its time for my 1995 f250 to get its solid axles swap. Now question is what year f350 do i need to get the axle from. Also will my brakes rotors work on the solid axle because i just bought them last month.
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Find a D60 from a 95-97 your Calipers and rotors will work. Get the TC yoke and the DS along with the sway bar, track bar, brackets and most important the bottom U bolt bracket thats loose and not part of the axle!!!

Hope your planning on a RS-V and B code spring swap..you know you want a great riding truck! We developed this mod 9 years ago and have helped countless OBS owners have the best riding truck. We have everything for this mod.

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i sent you a email thanks for the help
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Ive done two SAS on an OBS truck and neither of them we used the 350 drive shaft

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It all depends on the lift..go high enough or drive in Hi range 4x4 and you will need a CV.
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I've got prolly 20000 miles on mine with 3 inches of lift and 37s. Been in pretty deep mud too. Never had an issue

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3" and stock F250 DS is doable esp with stiff OBS springs that don't move much.
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