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f-150 dayna rears

Greg Hepfer
115

Asked by Greg Aug 26, 2009 at 06:56 PM about the Ford F-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i was just wonder if any has had problems with 2000-03 model year rears in the f-150?

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Colby Vanhorn
5

my ford is too old to help ya on that but figured youd need the correct spelling of DANA to get your research right

Josh Jones
85

im not 100% sure but ithink ford uses their own rear end

Greg Hepfer
115

i just had to have the carrier bearings and pinion bearing done. my mechanic said it was a dana 60 i think, which i thought was kinda odd

Michael Ishida
5

Ford uses its own "sterling" rears as well as dana 60s and 70s for some super duty models, if you're doing alot of towing, offroading, or running big tires, you want a 3/4 or 1 ton rear end for the bigger diameter ring gear, and the thicker axle shafts

Gerry DeVreeze
125

I usualy re bearing them at 150,000 mi. Mine has a posi with 355 gears. I have 100,000 mi on it trouble free

Gerry DeVreeze
125

Ford only uses New Prosess diff's in their Pickups, since 1979

jml12345
1,115

thats bs they used the 9 inch and the 8.8 in the 80s.i dont remember np(nv) making axles. the 9 inch in ford pickups dates back to the 50s to the 80s.

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