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Old December 15th, 2005, 10:52 PM   #1
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Default Anyone know what axles are in a 2000 F250 Super Duty?

It has front leaf springs, solid axle. It has the v10 and auto in it also.
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Front is a D50. A "hybrid" if you will.
Most people will tell you it is a D44 center section. It isn't. It is bigger than a D44, but not as big of as a D60. I am pretty sure it is a 30 spline shaft and it uses D60 outers. Should be plenty of lockers for it.

But fair warning, its an expensive axle to repair, as far as hubs/bearing.

I remember reading something on Pirate where someone shaved the inside of the pig and ran a D60 r/p and shafts...

Rear could be a few things. Either D60, D70 or Ford sterling 10.25
Look at the center section, and then go here
http://www.coloradok5.com/axleguide.shtml
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