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Old 08-27-2010, 05:45 AM
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Dana 70 or 14 Bolt

Edit: Will also consider Sterling 10.25 and/or 10.50

Looking for a rear axle to replace the worn out 9" in my F150 and add a little beef while I'm at it.

Must be SRW...NO dually axles!

Should have 4.10/4.11 gears and be in good working order. I'd rather one that wasn't sitting out in the weather (not severely rusted).

Should be someone/somewhere close to SW Virginia. I can drive a little ways to pick it up.

Brake parts can be missing, as I will do a disk brake swap anyways.
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why not a drw? if you are going to have to weld spring perches what would be the difference w/ a drw as long as it is a narrow rear, I know my sterling in myf350 is wider than others, be sure to check the width of the sterling you look at....I have a 14 bolt from a drw chevy in NJ and a guy who travels fron NJ to richmond area Va, whether you get one form me or not he could help you out w/ transport from this area if needed..
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DRW can be tricky. I've seen some that have a WMS up to 10" narrower than a SRW. I have also seen them wider. I had a D80 DRW axle, and the WMS was as wide as the entire body on my old '78 Bronco that I had planned to put it under.

SRW almost eliminates the measuring and guesstimation...
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