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Old 07-30-2008, 10:18 AM
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Sterling 10.25" SRW Axle Width, 92 F350 4x4 Pickup?

Hi. I measured my axle but it is difficult to get an accurate measurement without removing both wheels from the truck.

I was wondering if anyone has an accurate measurement for the hub face to hub face (wheel mount surface to wheel mount surface) width of the axle described above?

I came up with about 65" to 65.5" but I could still be off by another inch since the tape had to curve around both drums to reach the backs of the wheels (my wheel centers are dead flat, fortunately).
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