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Are the axle shafts from a sterling 10.25 the same every year.. lenth and splines.. i was at the yard and saw a couple of old ones and was curious.. id like a spare set now that i have a welded rear.. what years are compatible with my 89 10.25............... any info is appreciated
 

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Hey Raf according to Randy's ring & pinion they said that they dont know.
They said try Ford.

HEHE, Just thought i would be a smart ass. At least i called Randy's for you though huh?
 

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Just curious why did you go with a welded rear?
Arent you scared of tweaking the frame with those hog tires?
 

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Beerman said:
Just curious why did you go with a welded rear?
Arent you scared of tweaking the frame with those hog tires?
Went with a welded rear cause the shop i had my gears installed did it for free.. free vs 450.. for now ill take free..
thanks for calling up RRP.. :thumbup guess ill just have to pull shafts and measure them... :cry
 

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Raf, according to junkyard interchanges there are three different lengths for each axle. I'm guessing this was *something* like vans, fs trucks, and cab&chassis, but I dunno for certain. FWIW I think 95% of them were all the same..........these other seemingly mythical lengths must be rare.

Edit: car-part.com wants to know SRW, DRW, and/or c&c
 
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