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Old 03-01-2008, 10:42 PM
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1999+ F250/F350 Front Axle Specs

I've searched for a while trying to find a site that has a bunch of specs on the front axle on the F250's & F350's but have been unsucessful. I would really appreciate a link to a site that has information on the front axles found in those years, ie if they're high pinion or low pinion, how wide they are (WMS) stuff like that.

Thanks for any input.
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Old 03-08-2008, 11:02 AM
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No body knows the specs of their axle sitting up front ?
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Old 03-08-2008, 12:02 PM
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Its either a D50 or D60 depending on the year and build. Outers are the same on both. inner axle shaft lengths are 15.39" and 37.69". Stub shafts are 9.39"

All ford front axles housings are high pinion reverse-cut gears. Dont know the wms length without measuring it. I have a F450 axle in mine now since I bent the D50 I had. F450-550 axle housings are about 2" wider.
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My 04' SD has a F250 Dana 60 up front and a Sterling 10.5 out back.

Earlier SDs had the Dana 50 up front but I'm unsure of what year they started putting the Dana 60 in the front of the 250 and 350 SDs.

Maybe you can get some specs from Dana.
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So they're all HP, thats what I really wanted to know

Thank you guys !
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So they're all HP, thats what I really wanted to know

Thank you guys !
Should've asked! Your op said you were looking for a site with the information. Obviously no one had one or they would have spoken up. Glad we got your Q answered though!

Now I have one, showing you can always learn something new. What is wms? Wheel mounting surface? Just a guess.
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