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Old 11-06-2012, 04:18 PM
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Dually front end question

I've got a 77' F-350 supercab camper special that im converting to a dually. I was wondering if the front hub adapters off my 74' F-350 DRW would fit, they just bolt to the disk's.
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the rotors are usually different. Spindles may also be different.
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If they bolt on they should bolt on the other.
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Its not always that simple with the fords. A none dually rotor will have different holes in it that a dually rotor. The single wheel rotor has holes for wheelstuds whereas the dually rotor has holes for normal bolts. Im also thinking the rotors have a different backset. I have a dually frontend setup out of a 75 layin in my scrap pile if youd like some pics.
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couple parts to look at.

single wheel rotor

Buy Wearever Brake Rotor - Front YH141153 at Advance Auto Parts

dual wheel rotor

Buy Wearever Brake Rotor - Front YH141505 at Advance Auto Parts

Might also check with advance or napa on wheel bearing part numbers to make sure the dual wheelhubs will fit on a single wheel spindle
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It all depends on the serial number, which is the last 6 digits of the VIN

D5UZ-1102-B .. Hub & Rotor Assy / 1975 E350 SRW/DRW / 1975 F350 SRW/DRW from serial number V80,001 / 1976/79 F350 SRW/DRW

1973/74, 1975 before serial number V80,001 not the same.
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D5TZ-3105-E Right & D5TZ-3106-E Left .. Front Spindles / 1975 F350 SRW/DRW from serial number W40,001 / 1976/79 F350 SRW/DRW

1973/74 & 1975 before serial W40,001 not the same.

Source: 1973/79 Ford Light Truck Parts Catalog / Text Section 11.1 (Hub & Rotor-various parts lists) / Text Section 30, Parts List 30.2J (spindles).
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Bill what i gather from that is depending on serial # the spindles are the same? What im not understanding is your info on the hub/rotor assembly. Is the rotor the same but uses a spacer in the drw version? Ive had the 2wd F-350 in both the srw and drw and i dont remember the rotors being the same. However i could be wrong. It seems to me that the drw setup i have not has a deeper "dish" to the back where the spacer bolts than the srw where the hub/rotor come together. Also bill out of pure curiousity are the srw version a floating rotor or does it attach to the back of the hub with the wheel studs pressed through?
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I have no clue if the rotors float or not, parts catalog doesn't say. Since they're steel, they'd sink faster than the RMS Titanic.

1973/74 & 1975 before serial number V80,001: hub is different, rotor is different. These parts were sold individually.

1975 from serial number V80,001, 1976/79: Hub & Rotor sold as a one piece assembly.
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1973/74, 1975 before serial number W40,000 use different spindles (D2TZ-3105-A right / D2TZ-3106-A left) than 1975 from serial number W40,001, 1976/79.

Same spindles used on F250's. Weight capacity of front axle different before serial number W40,001.
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This is what the hub looks like on the towtruck

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/at...1&d=1198851301
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This is what the hub looks like on the towtruck

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/at...1&d=1198851301
Minus the snow.... for now anyway
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