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Factory 4.10 Gears?

Hey guys. dont know a whole lot here. Just wondering if there is an axle that will direct swap in to my 1980 bronco that had factory 4.10 gears. i dont have a bunch of money to pay for gears but have a TON of junkyards around me that may have what i need. i know i can use the d50 with 4.10s in the front but not sure what is available in 5 lug for out back. thanks guys

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Sterling 10.25 does. But of course that's 8 lug. You could do Chevy 8 lug outers on the ttb though.

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Why wouldn't you use a D44IFS & 9" or 8.8" from an F150 or Bronco?

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Why wouldn't you use a D44IFS & 9" or 8.8" from an F150 or Bronco?
Because he's looking for factory 4.10s. I think I remember hearing some of those axles came with that gear ratio. But very rare. Correct me if I'm wrong.

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That's what my question is. Are there any f150's or broncos with factory 4.10 gears.

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The front diff im not worried about. Like i said. I can use the D50 front from a f250. The rear will be harder. Sounds like an 8.8 will be easier to find the 4.10s

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Did either of you look at the pics I posted?
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not to rare,

look at smaller engine broncos/f150s the 5.0s/ 4.9ls

mine came factory with 4.10s....


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ya, they exist.

like Steves pic showed, code H5 if you are looking through junkyards.

4.10 rear, 4.09 in front is what I have.

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ya, they exist.

like Steves pic showed, code H5 if you are looking through junkyards.

4.10 rear, 4.09 in front is what I have.
h5 is just a limited slip with 4.10s in the rear axle

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1st digit: A letter generally indicates a limited slip diff (H for 1/2-tons) or a heavy axle; 1 generally indicates a 1/2-ton axle with an open diff; 2 generally indicates a 3/4-ton open; 3 a 1-ton open. There are MANY exceptions.
2nd digit:
1 = 3.07 (heavy), 3.00 (light), 3.54, 3.07
2 = 2.73, 3.73 (early light), 3.50 (early heavy)
3 = 3.54 (late), 3.73 (early), 4.10, 4.11
4 = 3.00 or 3.73
5 = 4.10
6 = 3.55 (heavy) or 3.73 (medium)
7 = 2.47
8 = 3.08
9 = 3.55, 3.70 or 4.11 (early)
3rd digit: Any character (usually 2 or B) indicates a limited slip front axle (4WD)
8.8" axles under fullsize light trucks are rated at 3800 lbs or more.
so 15 or 19 would be acceptable, but always check tag on cover and stamping on ring gear


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i know i couldnt find any 4.10 axles out of the 20 trucks i searched at the JY. 3.73 was closest ive seen and 3.55 is defiantly msot common. i couldnt even find a 4.10 Sterling axle (or at least a good condition one) and i had to use a D60 from a E-250 van. even using carpart.com the closest 4.10 8.8 axle to me was over 275 miles away


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h5 is just a limited slip with 4.10s in the rear axle
It ALSO indicates 4.09 in the front, if the truck is 4WD.
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...19 would be acceptable...
4.11 isn't available in the 9" or 8.8"; that's a heavy axle ratio, so code 19 usually means 3.55 . If he gets axles from a truck with "1" in the first digit, he wants "5" in the 2nd.

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So it looks like there not TOOO hard to find. I live in montana and these trucks are a dime a dozen around here for farm trucks. Im sure ill find something. Just gotta get it for the right price.

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Being a 1980, you should have a 9" rear. Just go find a 9" rear out of anything with 4.10s and pull the third member. Might have better luck looking under trucks from the 70s.

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Did ang rigs from the 70's have factory 4.10 gears

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Look in post #12.
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