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I'm diggin around searching axles for my inminent 1ton swap and I came across that deal. I'll be buying these ones, but I hate not to know all the possible info prior to buy. The buyer (men-in-white) says that all are chevy.

That is one possible front to work with the dodges rear that I currently have:



And these another set for a good friend, the fronts upside down:



Anyone can recognize the years and possible donor of these by taking a look?

That is the Dodges D60 I keep for the swap (the one in the background), Its from a W200. Finally I'm selling the D44, and taking a shorcut to the good times:

 

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The BOMS for the two front axles where 610201-2 and 610313-3. Chevy and Ford...
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The BOMS for the two front axles where 610201-2 and 610313-3. Chevy and Ford...
Thanks for all the replies.
If you know how to get the BOM's, then http://www2.dana.com/expert/ is your friend ;)

610201-2- 1984 - 1988 CUCV, Chevy D60 front;

610313-3 - 1988.5 - 1991.5 F350 Monobeam SRW, Ford HP60 front.
 

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If you know how to get the BOM's, then http://www2.dana.com/expert/ is your friend ;)

610201-2- 1984 - 1988 CUCV, Chevy D60 front;

610313-3 - 1988.5 - 1991.5 F350 Monobeam SRW, Ford HP60 front.
right on the money. The ford is exactly what Im installin in my YJ as we speak. Im suprised the chevy front is KP? I thought all chevy front 60's where ball joints?

Edit: Rapoza, Im glad to see you finally found something for your rig. You'll be soo happy when the swap is done
 

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If you know how to get the BOM's, then http://www2.dana.com/expert/ is your friend ;)

610201-2- 1984 - 1988 CUCV, Chevy D60 front;

610313-3 - 1988.5 - 1991.5 F350 Monobeam SRW, Ford HP60 front.
I know, the problem is that I can't locate the BOM of the rear dodges. Is there printed in any other place, like the carrier? No marks in the housing and can't locate anything on the tubes.
 

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If the ring gear is still there, and it's a Spicer piece, it may have the part number which can narrow down the years....
 

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Mmmm... I already opened the diff cover. I'll take a look.
 

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Mmmm... I already opened the diff cover. I'll take a look.
In the ring was writen: 5 14 78 DANA 30360 B3N9 41 14

From this I guess a fab date, brand and ratio. Could the five-digit number be the BOM? It looks like the part number.
 

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8 lug is 8 lug, I dont get the problem? All 1 ton stuff is pretty close wheel mounting surface measurments unless its dually, which all those dont look like they are.
 

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8 lug is 8 lug, I dont get the problem? All 1 ton stuff is pretty close wheel mounting surface measurments unless its dually, which all those dont look like they are.
The problem appears when your from overseas and have to order a bunch of parts to build 1 ton axles. You cant go to junkyards becouse they dont have only one American vehicle, so you have to buy from a vendor.

Then, I don't have the chance of a return, or its not feasible. If I order a set of coils for my COs I cant try differnt rates. Well I can, but I'll be eating the ones I discard. :laughing:

I have all clear about the front axles, but the Dodge's the one thats making me hesitate choosing part numbers.

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i have dana 70 out of 92 dodge w-250 no bom # on mine they make several diff offsets so good luck.
Mines completely centered, and the two axles are identical. I think It will be more easy to ask the vendor about the donor, if he knows anything. Thanks.
 

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In the ring was writen: 5 14 78 DANA 30360 B3N9 41 14

From this I guess a fab date, brand and ratio. Could the five-digit number be the BOM? It looks like the part number.
I found that ring gear part number, I'll get back to you with dates / rigs it was used in tonight. Right now, it's looking like late '79 - '80-ish Jeep, Dodge, Chevy AND Ford D60's :laughing:
 
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