Originally posted by PYRO:
[qb]The dually 14s are 64" wide,came in cab&chassis chevy trucks, FF, 8 lug, 1 1/2" shafts w/ 30 splines. lowest gears I found were 5.13 but their could be lower ones. Open, Detroit or welded are your diff chooses. Very big and heavy, If you not using 38"+ tires the diff hang to low But you can shave more then an inch off the bottom.
I don't know but could be. I'm using a 14 out of a 1 1/2 ton rated tow truck.you know pyro, its odd, but high 5 sez his is right at 62" i have measured mine many times and it is right at 63" and you say yours is at 64"... i wonder if there are slight differences? mine came out of a dually motorhome.
high5 and i have known each other for a long time, and our jeeps have always been similar. my 14 bolt was $300 ... he knew it was the only one in the area...but it did have 4.56 gears and it is very nice shape.Originally posted by high5:
<STRONG>ooops, i forgot i paid $150 for mine and that seems to be the going j/yard rate around here (tx).</STRONG>
This Corp. 14 bolt has 10.5" ring gear, 5.13 R&P ratio, 30 spline flanged axels. This is a very strong unit, comparable to the Dana 70. The Dually axel is a good choose for Jeeps and other narrow track vehicles because it is only 62" wide overall.
I thought I was sure <IMG SRC="smilies/confused.gif" border="0"> But I checked again and it's 62". Hey, I'm old and I get confused easily.pyro, are you sure your's is 64"? you were the first one i had ever heard of this rear end and i remember you saying it was 62". after i heard this from you i went out and found one 62".