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Old 02-08-2010, 03:55 PM
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Dually Axle

Are dually axles and single rear wheel axles the same setup just different rims??
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No , dually (pick up ) axles are wider and have bigger tubes . Dump trucks/cab and chassis are narrower but I don't know if they are the same as srw trucks.
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Duallys are Dana 80's not Sterling 10.5's
I believe
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Yea mine is a dana 80 , so was my 2000 , don't know what my 08 was didn't keep it long enough .
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Well F250's have dana 80 also is the only difference the rims
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No the 250 and 350 SRW have a narrower axle . Also duallyies have bigger axle tubes and axles .

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How about the front ends?? could you run a dually rim on the front axle??
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duallys have D80 rears and D60 fronts, SRW have D50 fronts and 10.5 fronts...

this is from 99 to 07
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"How about the front ends?? Could you run a dually rim on the front axle??" Yea , you would need the factory dually spacer .
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Are dually axles and single rear wheel axles the same setup just different rims??
Not even close. The dually rear ends are MUCH bigger, heavier duty.
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