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Old 12-04-2009, 11:09 AM
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There is someone local selling a solid front axle out of a F250. I am unsure of the year. He wants $300 for complete rotor to rotor. How hard would it be to put under my 1991 F250 with leaf springs? Is $300 a good price? What should I look for in ways of damage or??

OK I just got a Email back from him saying it came out of a 2002 F250. I have the stock Dana 50 not a solid axle under there now. I know the Solid axle is stronger. I plan on putting a 4" lift in next year at that time I would be installing this axle if its worth it. Does someone know what Axle the 2002 out be?
 

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Spring perches are different and so are the lug patterns so you won't be able to use your wheels.

It's a big hassle. Look for a solid Dana 60 from a 1986 to 1997 F-350.
 

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