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Old February 24th, 2012, 11:45 AM   #1
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Default Sterling 10.25 inside a D60 front

I have a Sterling 10.25 out of a 93 f350. I was wanting to take the limited slip

diff out of it, unbolt the ring gear, and slap it into the front D60 in the same

truck. Just wanting to know if this was possible and if anybody has done this.

The truck is going to be mainly my daily work tuck with some play time in the

mud so I want a limited slip up front with a selectable locker in the rear. If

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I have a Sterling 10.25 out of a 93 f350. I was wanting to take the limited slip

diff out of it, unbolt the ring gear, and slap it into the front D60 in the same

truck. Just wanting to know if this was possible and if anybody has done this.

The truck is going to be mainly my daily work tuck with some play time in the

mud so I want a limited slip up front with a selectable locker in the rear. If

anyone has some information hit me up on here, or better yet call me @

734-564-3829 thanks Joe.
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is the limited slip differential out of the sterling too big in size for the d60, or will the shafts not fit? I just want the internals, and then I plan on swapping the ring gear from the d60 to the limited slip differential from the sterling.
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Nope not gonna happen. No amount of glue,tape or bubble gum can make that work.
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A big hammer and a welder would make it fit. But nothing would work correctly.
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thanks for the advice, it was worth a shot.
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