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  • Bashton331 ·
    Your 4.11 gear setup, does that come in the D44 "center section"?


    I'd love to find a D44 front 4.09, 4.10, 4.11 center section set up to just bolt in. I just cant seem to figure out which F250's had these. I wish I didn't have to hide every $ and every hr I spend on my toys, hopefully someday soon my 3 year old will help convince the wife that these are 'father son' family projects.
    I'd happily pay the $100 for your set up, and if its not in a center section ready to bolt in, I could give you mine in exchange for one that has these gears in it if you could put that together? And pay you whatever is fair for the effort on top of the $100? Or I could drive up and buy it, and pay to help me set it up to be ready to bolt in? Am I making a bigger deal out of regearing these front chunks than I should? Half the people I read about say its not a job for the average weekend warrior..
    I'm Brian Ashton on Facebook btw, in case you are in any Bronco groups on there too.
    thanks again Joe
    cobrajoe ·
    Just reread your message, I think I misunderstood you. First off you mention sterling; not sure where the Sterling comes into play. However, if I understand you correctly, you want to use the Dana 50 third member with your Dana 44 axles or the Dana 50 passenger side stub with your Dana 44 axles, if so then yes you can. I thought you wanted to install he complete Dana 50 into you Dana 44 housing. sorry, my bad.
    Bashton331 ·
    Hey Cobrajoe,

    I just installed 35's and a 6" lift on my truck, and I want to put 4.10's in the front this summer to match the 4.10 posi rear end you sold me last winter. I had trouble finding a D44 front TTB third member, but I found a D50 complete set up for $100 about 2 hours from me that I want to buy if I can use.

    I read the D50 swap section, and the Gears Gears Gears; but I want to make sure I am not misunderstanding this: I just want the 4.10 gear ratio. The D50 I found has the 8 lug sterling set up, and I just bought new 5 lug rims and tires. I also replaced every bearing, u joing, seal, and did rotors and pads. All for the 5 lug set up. So I just want to know if I can just reuse all the new stuff I have, and simply replace my third member off my factory 3.55 dana 44 with this dana 50 sterling 4.10 setup....

    thanks for the help, and for the sweet new posi rear end, Joe.
    -Brian
    BikerPepe` ·
    I don't feel like a young whipper snapper. Think I broke the whip.
    Good news, is... no matter how old I get, you'll still be a decade older. :goodfinge

    Thanks bud. :beer
    BikerPepe` ·
    Little late to the party but better late than never. :bday :beer :bday
    Hope you had a great Birthday bud and the year ahead is full of good fortune! :thumbup
    schwim ·
    It's happening for everyone, it seems and Fullsize is aware of the issue. I think they're dancing as fast as they can with all the problems that the site is having right now. I really hope they manage to fix these issue sooner rather than later but the crew doesn't seem completely adept at handling this stuff.
    schwim ·
    Hi there again Joe,

    I was able to duplicate the issue so I shot a notice out to the forum owners. I'll let you know when I hear something back.
    schwim ·
    Joe, hit those two rightward facing arrows the the right of "Contact Info". Does that get you an option to select likes and view them when you click on it?
    schwim ·
    I liked your latest random pic post. Did it increment further and are you still unable to get to your likes tab?
    schwim ·
    Just so I'm clear, if you enter "youtube.com" into your browser and search or click a video, the URL in the address bar switches from "youtube.com" to "youtu.be"?

    If so, let me know what operating system and browser you're using and I'll try to figure out a workaround.
    schwim ·
    Hello there sir!

    This forum won't embed the mobile version of Youtube links. If your link starts with https://youtu.be, it's a mobile URL and it won't embed. If your Youtube link looks like https://youtube.com then your link will embed just by pasting it into the post.

    If you let me know how you're retrieving the links, I might be able to help you with getting the full URL instead.
    BikerPepe` ·
    Nearly there. Going to update my thread tonight and hope to catch some Zzzzz's.

    I haven't checked that place out before. I've only joined up with 4 forums in most of my decades online. I'm too scatter brained to keep track of a bunch of buddies all over, ya know. :toothless Thanks though. I'll check it out when things slow down for me a bit. :thumbup
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