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Old August 29th, 2006, 09:23 PM   #1
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Front GM 10 bolt ???

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i know that a D44 and a 10 bolt are very similar but will a front D44 carrier fit into a Front GM 10 bolt housing?


also i know that a rear GM 10 bolt has 30 spling shafts. so can i use the rear 10 bolt spyder gears for 30 spline and stick front Dana 44 shaft into a 10 bolt housing?

that should test ya
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Old August 29th, 2006, 09:47 PM   #2
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The D44 carrier will not fit in the 10 bolt. Why not just put the whole carrier in instead of just the spiders. I believe the hub on the 30 spline is bigger then the 28 spline. As far as the spline fitting it should. but I believe the shafts are short and long 1/2 between the dodge and a chevy. Find you a newer housing from a 88-90 suburban they will have 30 spline shafts in the front.
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from what i have seen now. i can use gears, spools, spyders, carriers, all from a rear chevy 10 bolt 8.5 and it will fit and interchange with my front 10 bolt 8.5" .

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from what i have seen now. i can use gears, spools, spyders, carriers, all from a rear chevy 10 bolt 8.5 and it will fit and interchange with my front 10 bolt 8.5" .

am i correct?

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from what i have seen now. i can use gears, spools, spyders, carriers, all from a rear chevy 10 bolt 8.5 and it will fit and interchange with my front 10 bolt 8.5" .

am i correct?
Yes you will still need to match the length of your old 28 spline inner's to the new 30 spline inners. The outers are the same.
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