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Old 04-15-2011, 10:52 AM
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What rear end

What rear end would be in a 1993 dually? I don't know if its f250 or 350 two or four wheel drive. They would all be the same right?
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It should be a Sterling 10.25". I am not sure if the dually versus SRW are the same?
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DRW's are Dana 80's I am pretty sure... Dana's have a 10 bolt rear diff cover and Sterlings have a 12 bolt.

Get the 2 digit numeric code off the door sticker under "Axle" and look it up on the chart. Then you'll know the maker and gear ratio.
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Both my 93 F250 SRW and my 93 F350 Dually (cab & chassis) have Sterling 10.25s...
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