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My front D60 is spicer part #610405. Its from a '93 Dually D-700 I believe. The only thing that is missing is calipers. Anyone know where to get those? It is also has the dually hubs which I want to convert to single. Can these be modified like ive seen some of the chevy ones. Where you machine off the wheel mounting flange, and use the wheel studs to hold the rotor and mount the wheel at the same time? Are the Spicer manual hubs any good, they work and look fine, are they strong? Oh yea, Ive seen the debate for fitting 15"wheels on Ford and Chevy 60's, what needs to be done to the Dodge ones?

[ 10-11-2001: Message edited by: Ricktard ]
 

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Knuckles out, Chev and Dodge are identical (almost) and fully interchangeable.
 

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Originally posted by The Rockslut:
<STRONG>I do believe that the knuckles are different from single to dually setup.</STRONG>
Hmm, I looked at my friends GM single wheel, and compared and didn't see any difference there. Not sure though. But I dont think that would matter, because I know of people just swapping single hubs on thier dually fronts. Come awn gearman or anyone who knows about D60's <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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Thanks Patman, dang you guys are fast <IMG SRC="smilies/smile.gif" border="0">
 

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the hubs on the duallys are what isd different. sunray eng. in weatherford tx can modify the dually hubs so it is the same offset as the single wheel version.
 
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