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Old 08-12-2012, 08:47 AM
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looking for rear axle

looking for a rear axle assembly from a dually pick up F350, to convert my 97 350 from srw to drw.
ive got a yard full of fisher plows and frames, dump bidy hoists, all kinds of stuff to trade.
if youve got a line on one let me know.
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Have you checked out Salvage/Junk yards??

Also if you convert to a Dually it will have to be registered as Commercial..

I would stick to single rear wheels unless your plan is a dump bed on it or wrecker..
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I think the tool box, fuel tank, welder, plow and WAYLAND EXCAVATING on the doors may give it away as well

After poking around a bit on here, it seems like there are two options, a dedicated dually pick up axle or an arrowcraft adapter kit. Im leaning towards the latter.
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