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What are the Dana axles rated at?

Dana 20 -
Dana 27 -
Dana 30 -
Dana 44 - 1/2 ton right?
Dana 60 - 3/4 ton?
Dana 70 - 1 ton?
Dana 88 -
Sterling 10.25 -
 

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78Bronco4x4 said:
What are the Dana axles rated at?

Dana 20 -
Dana 27 -
Dana 30 -
Dana 44 - 1/2 ton right?
Dana 60 - 3/4 ton?
Dana 70 - 1 ton?
Dana 88 -
Sterling 10.25 -
rears or fronts?
dana 20-d35 are all 1/4 ton rears/front
d44, 8.8's, 9 inch, 10 bolts are 1/2 ton front, and some are 1/2 ton front
d60, 14bolt, 10.25 SF are 3/4 ton rears. d44, 10 bolt, and some d60's are 3/4 ton front
d70, 14 bolt, 10.25FF are 1 ton rears 1 ton fronts are d60, and D70's
 

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IIRC they make up to a dana 110, that size is a rear for 1 1/2 ton trucks. there are also the new AAM axles in new dodges and chevys although there is no aftermarket for them at this time. they are all 3/4 and 1 ton axles

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Dont forget that Ford is putting Dana 50's in the newer F350 1 ton models.
My friend has a 2002 F350 with the turbo diesel, and it only came with D50 front and 3.73 gears.:banghead
 

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Isnt that what they put in all their trucks now? I know some rangers have a 4.0L with 3.73:1 ratio
 

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Yeah, but that's the ratio to have with a diesel. Get the 4.10, and your mileage goes to crap.

They started putting D60s in Stupid Duties mid-year 02 or starting 03... can't remember for sure. Not like it matters, it's got the puny neck-down shafts, unit bearings, and a metric pattern.
 
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