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Half ton? Three-quarter ton?
 

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For the rear, could be a 10-bolt or semi-float 14-bolt for 1/2 ton or 3/4 ton and a full-float 14-bolt on the off chance you found a 1-ton Suburban.

For the front, could be a 10-bolt for the 1/2 ton or the 3/4 ton or Dana 60 for the 1-ton.

I'd only bother with them if they were the full-float 14-bolt or Dana 60 - and I'm guessing that the chances of him having either of those are pretty slim.
 

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For the rear, could be a 10-bolt or semi-float 14-bolt for 1/2 ton or 3/4 ton and a full-float 14-bolt on the off chance you found a 1-ton Suburban.

For the front, could be a 10-bolt for the 1/2 ton or the 3/4 ton or Dana 60 for the 1-ton.

I'd only bother with them if they were the full-float 14-bolt or Dana 60 - and I'm guessing that the chances of him having either of those are pretty slim.
what do you mean by 10bolt 14bolt?? as im used to l/rovers
 

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what do you mean by 10bolt 14bolt?? as im used to l/rovers

The way GM ids their axle is by the bolts in the covers. The more bolts the stronger the rear end is, 10, 12, and 14 bolts are the most common. There is also different versions in some of them that you have to watch out for, ex is a 7.5 and 8.5 10 bolt. The 8.5 is of course strong out of those 2.
 
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