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Old 03-14-2012, 10:53 PM
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F100 and F250 I beam axles comparisions

I could answer this myself if i had the right books but i haven't got the parts books bought yet and i am curious. Yesterday i located a 2wd front axle for my 59 project (for free) but its a F250 axle. What i am hoping is that the main beam is the same so that i can use this axle with some new parts and build a F100 axle out of it. So those of you with more parts books than me is the main beam the same for the two weight classes?
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Spindles are the same. F100 or F250

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Awesome that makes me happy. That means i can get half ton parts and build this axle. Might just buy a disk kit since i already have to buy all the parts.
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