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Old 10-02-2006, 10:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dana 135?

Someone asked me about one and I realised all i know about them is they exsist in some F550+ and similar vehicles. Not interested in using one for anything but am curious about it

What size ring gear?
Pinion Splines?
Axle shafts?

Anyone have pictures?
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Old 10-02-2006, 10:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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https://www.fleet.ford.com/truckBBAS...cifications%22

Scroll down to the semi-detailed rear axle specs..

10.50" ring gear full floating
1.5" max dia. axle shafts , 32 spline
13,500 lb load capacity
4.00" dia axle tubes , .390" wall
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I think the ring gear is rivited to the carrier on that one -Its a friggin huge monster- Jess
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So the ring gear is actually smaller than a 80 as well as shafts - odd.
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I thought so too... but that is straight from ford specs. It could be wrong though. ill try to find a second source
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Detroit shows the shaft as 1.86", 36 spline. Which would make it the same spline contour as the 14 bolt, rather than the finer spline of a 1.5", 35 spline axle.
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Old 10-03-2006, 09:10 AM   #7 (permalink)
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I think if you look at the wheel bearing size there a lot bigger than most 1 ton stuff
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any pics of one??
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Mid '03 it switched from the 135S to a S110. I'm having trouble finding facts on the ring 135S, but it may be as large as 14.24".

The S110 specs are here:
http://www.roadranger.com/Roadranger...xles/index.htm

another discussin thread:
http://www.thedieselstop.com/archive...o=&fpart=1.htm
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Peek any F450 or F550, look for the sheetmetal housing, and boom, there's your axle. Swing by your ford dealer, and look at the biiig F series cab and chassis trucks.

Found some on google.

http://community.webshots.com/album/173234179mdhPJE
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Peek any F450 or F550, look for the sheetmetal housing, and boom, there's your axle. Swing by your ford dealer, and look at the biiig F series cab and chassis trucks.

Found some on google.

http://community.webshots.com/album/173234179mdhPJE
F550 = Dana 135
F450 = Dana 80
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Detroit shows the shaft as 1.86", 36 spline. Which would make it the same spline contour as the 14 bolt, rather than the finer spline of a 1.5", 35 spline axle.
That sounds more like it. Looks like the ford specs i pulled up were mis-listed
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My '99 Winnebago, which is built on the Ford chassis, has the 135 out back. Its big. Mine came with factory 5:38s, finned aluminum diff cover, disk brakes and some bigass wheel bearings.
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finned aluminum diff cover
Thats a Dana 80 then The others look like an overgrown 9" from the back (i.e. no diff cover).
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http://www.dana.com/commercial_vehic...F_G-series.pdf
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