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Old April 8th, 2008, 08:57 PM   #1
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i am looking for a set of dana 44 lock outs im not sure what the difference between internal and external lock outs im new to all this
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Well then tell us what vehicle the axle is from.
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I have a set of "internal" Milemarker stainless steel of a 90 Ford Bronco. $50 picked up, $60 shipped.

External is they bolt to the outside, old style, inside is the "screw in" like a cap, "new style"

Mine won't fit, different part #'s according to Jeff's Bronco Graveyard
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mid to late 70's f 250
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you have a flange on the axle. new ones wont fit. i just went through this bought a set and had to take them back. thats what ya need right there. http://broncograveyard.com/bronco/i-...ckout_hubs.htm
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you have a flange on the axle. new ones wont fit. i just went through this bought a set and had to take them back. thats what ya need right there. http://broncograveyard.com/bronco/i-...ckout_hubs.htm
IIRC, you're the guy that didn't know what "driver drop" meant and you own a Ford. I think you should spend some time here before you start giving tech advice to anybody:

http://77cj.littlekeylime.com/web_rs44.html



Pinky, that doesn't help. You need to identify the specific year and application, or at least post a picture of your hub assembly. 78-up used internal lockouts, unlike what this guy just posted (since his shit is older). If you look around in the first three links on the page I just posted above, you should be able to spot what axle you actually have.
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wow take a pill, yesterday when i bought my hubs at the graveyard i was told every dana 44 from 73 through 79 was the same if it was a hd. well in a 250 iirc he said he had a 250 so according to the graveyard there the same. so the misinformation came from the graveyard.

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wow take a pill, yesterday when i bought my hubs at the graveyard i was told every dana 44 from 73 through 79 was the same if it was a hd. well in a 250 iirc he said he had a 250 so according to the graveyard there the same. so the misinformation came from the graveyard.
No, it came from you. The problem is that you don't know what a D44 HD is (or isn't, rather), what years it was available, or what axle this guy actually has (because he has not identified it). You can't tell people what parts they need to buy if you don't know what they are for. The fact that its a D44 in an F-250 with an 8-lug pattern does not automatically make it a HD.

Read the link I posted and you will understand the differences between the F-250 D44's over the years
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i assumed it was an hd cause its a 250. an i will read the link. i appolagise. next time ill research a little more
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