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Old March 4th, 2012, 02:42 PM   #1
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Default Dana 44 Front in a One Ton?

I'm thinking of converting my 1994 Ford F350 to four wheel drive. The truck is a dually and gets stuck on it's own shadow. I can get a divorced t-case no problem but I really don't have the cash for a Dana 60. I have uber easy access to several 3/4 ton Dana 44s that I can pick up for next to nothing. The truck is strictly a street truck and will only have stock tires on it. I mainly need the 4wd to help out when I'm pulling a trailer in low traction conditions.

Another thought I've had is to take a passenger side drop 1 ton axle and converting it to driver's side drop. I'd do that in a heartbeat if I could pick up the axle cheap.

Your thoughts please.
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