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I heard that a F-350 in 98 had factory rear disc brakes and was still standard 8 lug pattern. I think in 99 they went to 10.50 with metric. I have a 97 with a 10.25 that needs better brakes. If the did it factory in 98 I should be able to order the parts to do a factory swap and end up with a good e-brake. This is a tow rig and emergency stops are scary when towing the bronco.
 

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A 98 F250 will be the F250 light duty (looks like the F150). A 99 F350, actually sold with all the other 1998 models at the same time, is the only one that has the rear discs. There was no 1998 Model year trucks except the F150 and the Light Duty F250. It was a weird year for Ford.

And just if you were wondering, the rear discs off the 10.5" Sterling won't bolt on to the 10.25 because the caliper mounting bracket has a much larger bolt patern than what the 10.25" has
 
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