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Old 08-16-2006, 03:04 PM   #1
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WTT 60HP/14BOLT for U-Joint Rockwells

I have a 79 Ford Dana 60HP and a 14 Bolt FF i am looking to trade for some U-Joint Rockwells. Ryan

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I have a 79 Ford Dana 60HP and a 14 Bolt FF i am looking to trade for some U-Joint Rockwells. Ryan

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What ratio are the axles?
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Jbohot Is Looking For A Trade He Has Rockwells
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Yeah he is lookin for a pass. side thanks man
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what gears do you have in them and would u sell outright
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Dimensions Wheel mounting flange-to-flange

Front axle - 79 1⁄2 inches
Rear axle, single wheel configuration - 69 1⁄4 inches
Rear axle, dual wheel configuration - 79 1⁄2 inches


Centersection: Double reduction-style - The upper ring-and-pinion gearset drives an intermediate gear that, in turn, drives the big, gnarly bull gear. The differential or locker is housed inside the carrier sandwiching the bull gear.

Upper ring-and-pinion: 22-teeth on ring gear, 9-teeth on pinion = 2.44:1 Lower bull gear and intermediate gear: 33-teeth on bull gear, 12-teeth on intermediate gear = 2.75:1

Final gear ratio: 6.72:1 (combination of 2.44 ring-and-pinion and 2.75 lower gear)

Axleshaft: 1.62-inch, 16-spline

Differential: Open four-spider gear design or Detroit Locker (PN 225S-15)

Bolt pattern: 6-on-8 3/4

If it's still there, the easiest way to identify which style front axle you've found is by the tag (BOX).
If the tag says Timken, then it's an older undesirable model with either the Bendix- or Rezepa-type shaft. If the tag says Rockwell, then it's got the good Spicer-type shafts.



If the tag is gone (and chances are it will be), then just cut the knuckle boot and peek inside to see if it has Spicer-style shafts. Almost ALL of the old boots are destroyed anyways.

If you're not looking for a rebuilt axle, then just grab the driveshaft flange and check it for slop. Most experts tell us that the bearings on the upper pinion shaft are the most common wear item. The rest of the axle is pretty much bombproof.

info was on usa6x6. to give credit
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