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I've looked everywhere - doing brakes on a 2003 F350 dually and I've pulled the rear axles to install the new rotors, etc. Nowhere can I find which axle's I have so I can find the appropriate torque specs, etc. What axles are on this thing? How can I find out?
 

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Sorry don't know off the top of my head but try this.

Look on the axle cover and it will have a set of number around it, then look in a Chiltions, or Hyanes manual it will tell you what diffrent #'s mean. 1:10 or 3:73 ect..

If you don't have one of those manuals post the diffrent sets of #'s and I can look them up for you.
 

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The number on the axle cover read: S6AU 951

I've got a Chiltons manual but can't find anything in it to help me.
 

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Should be in the first couple of chapters. Let me go look.
 

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if its a dually it has a dana 80,if its a srw its a sterling 10.50
dana 60 front on both trucks
 

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Can you post a pic of it? in an F 350 it could be a Ford 10.5, a Dana 80, Dana 110 or S130, depending on GVWR. what spec's you looking for?
 

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Thats all I could find too sorry, I swear it had a break down chart.

if its a dually it has a dana 80,if its a srw its a sterling 10.50
dana 60 front on both trucks
THats what I was thinking just wanted to be sure.
 

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its a dana 80 for sure.
 

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call the dealership give the service dept. the vin# and they can tell you
 
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