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Old 10-31-2005, 09:31 AM
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Axle Code "35" = ?

What does axle code 35 =? This is on the label in the door jam.
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Old 10-31-2005, 09:53 AM
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35= 4.10:1 6250 lb Ford
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It also means you have an open differential, and I believe it refers only to the 10.25" Ford-Sterling semi-float axle.

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What I gave was for your 1993, I see now you also have a 2006.
What truck were you asking about?
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Its a 1993. Its looks like it could be a full floating axle. Are you sure this coundt be a Dana rear? I think semi-float were just on the F250

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subford, that is a glich in the fte system.

when people sign up no matter what year they put down it inserts 2006.

you can change it after if you notice it.

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Its a 1993. Its looks like it could be a full floating axle. Are you sure this coundt be a Dana rear? I think semi-float were just on the F250
For any more information you will have to give us the information from the tag that is under the bolt on the rear end. Need both lines.
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Upside down but appears to be:

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Old 11-01-2005, 05:30 PM
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My 94 F250 has code 35
I do know it is a Sterling 10.25 full float with 4.10 gears open diff.
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Did I say "semi-float"? I meant full-float...I knew that. That's why the hubs stick out 6 miles on each side...

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How about H5N? Its spining near 3k RPM at 70mph, with 31x10.5" tires and a M5OD. I know its got that trac loc that dont work much when needed.
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Anybody ever have an axle make a strange ticking noise? What is it? It sounds like paper or plastic wacking something as the driveshaft spins. When I put it up on jacks, I carefully looked under there with the motor running in 1st. Sound pretty much went away, but putting the weight on it, the sound came back.

I pulled the rear brake drums and for sure it's not there. It sounds like its at or near the input pinion on the diff (where the plastic is). The plastic "bezel" doesn't appear to be moving at all.
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It sounds like a bearing. You may have some bearings going bad somewhere inside. Does the pinion move up & down at all when you try to wiggle it? The pinion nut also has a habit of backing off, but that happens more frequently on the 8.8" axle, not the 10.25" that you have.

BTW, your axle is definitely the sterling 10.25, and not a Dana. Whether it's a full float or a semi float depends on whether the hubs stick out through the center of the wheel or not.
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I've had this truck for almost 2 yrs. Two days ago, I had a shop replace the differential fluid for the first time in my ownership. Could that be related...? Maybe they just used whatever was on the shelf.
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Old 11-23-2005, 04:43 PM
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1st thing I'd do is check the gear oil level.
Does it make the noise when turning?
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