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Old 04-20-2013, 07:42 PM
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58 f350 axle???

Looking into picking up a 58 f350, Noticed this axle I have never seen before. Kinda looks like a 9" but full float, 6 bolt hole pattern and rectangle type tubes... what is it? I've been searching and I THINK its an timken or eaton


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Timkens had a Id. tag and the back side of them while Eatons were only marked on the carrier with stamped numbers.

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I have a spare axle if you want it! 16, 17 or 17.5" wheels? F350 stakebed or pickup. Inquiring f350 minds want to know. And like Spurredon says. Get out there and buy it. What are you waiting for?
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Looking into picking up a 58 f350, Noticed this axle I have never seen before. Kinda looks like a 9" but full float, 6 bolt hole pattern and rectangle type tubes... what is it? I've been searching and I THINK its an timken or eaton
1957/58 F350, only rear axle available: Timken model B100. Available ratios: 5.29-1; 6.20-1; 6.80-1.

All 1953/66 F350's have 6 lug wheels on a 7.25" bolt circle.
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Thanks guys. I haven't checked into the wheels as of yet. Ole lady has given her opinion aka its ugly and rusty. Still on the fence bout it
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Now tell us something Bad about it....... Here are my F350 fridge trucks. The green one is my '59 resto (rusto)-mod with a cummins 6at. The yellow one is the parts truck I just traded a kerosene lantern and a rusty winchester 22 for. Today I started thinking how hard it would be to part it out. I have the original ford script stakebed from the '59 on it now. All I need is an engine, transmission (and a transfer case and a couple of dana 60s)..........
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Its not 4wd lol But I would change that
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