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Tried hyjacking another tread with no success to keep the search hits down, so trying it the correct way.... There are 3 BOM questions.


Now what do you do if your BOM is in neither of the Dana books (X510-8.PDF or the X510-9.PDF series) or really antique???? Drivetrainsuperstores still seems to be down, and looked at Patooyee's site.

Really want to know about this D60 front, since we are missing parts off of it.

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Open knuckle, pass drop, perches on top and bottom of tube, missing one knuckle and the other I am told is Ford. No hubs. Not sure if the axles that came with it are miss matched or not.

Amused that the books didn't have this 1977 IH Scout axle in it

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And still looking for something antique enough for

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Industrial Axle BOM book?

Tobias said:
Really want to know about this D60 front, since we are missing parts off of it.

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OK, someone found this for me but that also brings up other questions

[QUOTE/] It is a Dana 60 Heavy Duty! It is an "Industrial unit" otherwise called a "Conversion". Stock ratio was 5.86:1. Could be a modified Van/truck that was 2 wheel drive now 4wd, street sweeper, etc......[ /QUOTE]

He claimed that not much are known of these axles. All of the Dana Books that are common are for production vehicles, which this is not.

So anyone have a Converson or Industrail Dana Book? All the heavy axle stuff is for the big trucks...
 
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