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Old March 12th, 2011, 04:37 PM   #1
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Dana 44 Carrier

How can I tell what carrier break I have for my front HP Dana 44 (front 77.5-79 F-250)? I have a carrier, but never had gears on it and Not sure if its for the 3.73 and lower or 3.92 and higher.
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How can I tell what carrier break I have for my front HP Dana 44 (front 77.5-79 F-250)? I have a carrier, but never had gears on it and Not sure if its for the 3.73 and lower or 3.92 and higher.
Place the carrier on a flat surface with the ring gear mounting surface closest to the flat surface (should have no bearings on it). Measure from the flat surface to the ring gear mounting surface (farthest side of flange away from flat surface).

2-1/8" = 3.73-down
2-3/8" = 3.92-up
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Place the carrier on a flat surface with the ring gear mounting surface closest to the flat surface (should have no bearings on it). Measure from the flat surface to the ring gear mounting surface (farthest side of flange away from flat surface).

2-1/8" = 3.73-down
2-3/8" = 3.92-up
Thanks man. I appreciate the help
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