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    Hey guys I have a question will a 1995 dana 80 drw bolt into my 2000 f250 and work with the driveshaft and springs?

    Thanks!

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  • #2
    It might bolt in, but the brakes are gonna be a nightmare. The 95 has drums and the 2000 has disc. And thats if the frames are the same width. Are you positive that it's a dana axle in the 95? A bunch of the obs duallies used a sterling axle.


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ID:	82169 maybe he has wrong year then cause that looks like disk to me haha what do you think will it work

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      • #4
        Says it's aa dana 80

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        • #5
          Count the lugs carefully. That's a 10 lug out of a F-superduty. They did have disk brakes on the rear. The F-superduty was replaced by the F-450 in 99.


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          • #6
            Oh and your F-250 probably has 3.73 gear ratio and that other axle should have 4.10 or higher.


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            • #7
              Even if it was an 8 bolt... 8 bolt obs is 8x6.5" 8 bolt superduty is 8x6.69" aka 8x170 mm


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