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I'll start a separate thread but this seems related enough....are all D60 center differential the same? A D60 from a dodge will fit a D60 from Ford, etc? Not the gears, as they are cut for passenger or driver side drop, etc.

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i want to say ford and dodge are driver side diff, and chevy is passenger side diff.
i know chevy boys take the ford axle and flip them to put in their chevys because passenger side diff D60's are very hard to find.
 
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Low pinion (standard cut) or high pinion (reverse cut) gears aren't interchangeable. But I sure would think that driver's side or passenger side diff would be the same gears and center section, just with shorter or longer tubes on whichever side.
 
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that has never stopped chevy drivers from using a ford kingpin axle. they go for upwords of $1500 here if you can find one because of the chevy guys.
 
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But I sure would think that driver's side or passenger side diff would be the same
I have the correct 4:10 gears for the Ford D60 axle.

I have a diff carrier only from a Dodge. Just making sure the carrier itself is the same.

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Originally Posted by LeoJr View Post
I'll start a separate thread but this seems related enough....are all D60 center differential the same? A D60 from a dodge will fit a D60 from Ford, etc? Not the gears, as they are cut for passenger or driver side drop, etc.

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Yes, and no.

All carriers will bolt in, but all carriers are not the same.
 
 
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