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Old 02-03-2007, 01:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can you help identify these rear axles?

Found these a local JY setting on the ground and I was curious what the heck they were.

One looks to have ten lug bolts with rear disc - motor home axle? An D80 maybe?

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The other two I not sure, maybe sterlin's?

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Anyone? Anyone? Anyone?

Another question is, how do you identify a NV4500 manual trans? anyone have any photo's of them? I've never seen one so I don't know. There are four manual trannies setting there (two are 4x) and they have PTO covers plates on them with cast steel housings and aluminum top plates. I should've took photos of them but I was in a hurry getting 63" chevy springs.
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Old 02-03-2007, 01:36 PM   #2 (permalink)
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all but one look like dana 60 or 70 or maybe 1 80 one looks like a drop out with a cover on it
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Old 02-03-2007, 01:46 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Drop out style with bolt on cover in an Eaton H072.

The one with rotors and 10 lug looks like a GM Dana 80 from a bread truck or motorhome. Those little bolt on stamped steel caps on the hubs cover up where the shaft is splined to the hub. The shafts look funny to say the least.

There is a dually Dana 70 in there somewhere. And what looks like a Dana 60/61. I don't believe there are any sterlings in the lot though.
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Old 02-03-2007, 01:58 PM   #4 (permalink)
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the lower one here looks like a D60HD. pull the shaft and check the spline count, the spindle id or hell just the webbing, if it is one it will say D60HD

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Humm... I didn't even look at or see the Eaton until you pointed it out not that I would've knowen what it was anyway.

The last two I was wondering about because of the strange ribbing on the housing - not a 60 - 70 that I've come across before. Could be 61's but I'm not familiar with how they look.

They do have a similar diff cover to a D70, but the fill plug is on the other side (could be diff's are laying upside down?!?)
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the lower one here looks like a D60HD. pull the shaft and check the spline count, the spindle id or hell just the webbing, if it is one it will say D60HD

Ya, I'm going back up there Monday when I have more time and check them out somemore, along with the trannies.
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[QUOTE=Landslide;6439376]The last two I was wondering about because of the strange ribbing on the housing - not a 60 - 70 that I've come across before. Could be 61's but I'm not familiar with how they look.
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That one with the "strange ribbing" looks like a D60HD.. I just sold one from a Dodge a few months ago..
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I agree, it looks like d60hd, which, if it is like mine, already has big enough spindles to accept 35 spl axles. I have seen d61's tho that have the same ribbing, but it says 61 inside the ribs if you look closely
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Yep - they are both D60HD's

$75 each... not to bad huh?!?

They are a little different on the brake drums between the two but are definitely D60HD's
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Unless they are 35 spline no, if they are then yes
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Unless they are 35 spline no, if they are then yes

From all my searching on here I don't think D60HD's will have 35 spline axles in them from the factory. They basically don't have to be bored out to install 35 spline axles and they have more webbing in the pinion housing. I'm going to pull the axles out of them and measure the inside spindle dia. to be sure they are 1.6".

There is also a D70HD setting there too. Probably pick it up for the same money.
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Where are you at ? the reason I ask is I need a set of hubs for my 70hd , just the hubs I'm going to put disc brakes on it .

So far I have not had any luck finding a set .Do you think they would sell me the hubs off of it ?

Thanks Steve

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