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Besides a 70U.
 

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i think they did! jiMMy
 

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DSI said:


that is a 70U ;)
Not according to Tractech - they list 91-96 as a straight 70 with 32 splines. They do list various 70U's for GM and Ford, but not Dodge. Dodge did have an oddball 70-2UA but no aftermarket parts are available for it.
 

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Were'nt the old military Kaiser jeep trucks a D70 with a lower spline count?
 

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Mine is 35. Turn your phone on.
 

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This is interesting. So all dually 70s will most likely be 35 spline.
 

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TEAM X-TREME said:
This is interesting. So all dually 70s will most likely be 35 spline.
Actually I believe it depends on the year. I think the '74 and older are 23 spline, the '75-up are 35 spline.
 

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FOR A FACT, i don't know what year though...i got it out of the boneyard.

It was a Ford 1970's, Dually...Flatbed f-250 maybe 350?, 2WD. 23 spline 1.5 inch Dana 70

I don't think the spline count MATTERS as much as shaft OD, of course the finer the splines the better, but a 1.5 inch 23 spline shaft will be pretty strong.
 
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