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Ok brake guys can I use front rotors,disks,pads and calipers from a 1996 4 wheel f-250 7.3 turbo on a OBS 1997 4 wheel f-350 turbo?Also can I swap rear drums,shoes and hardware from same?
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Thanks for the reply.I am just wanting to swap straight across.Both trucks are oid body style.Both have disk front and drum rear.1 is 96 f-250 the othern is a 97 f-350.They are both 4 wheel 7.3Can it be done?????????????
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