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What rear end do I have

I'm trying to find what rear end I have. the truck is actually a 74 .i'm not sure that the rear end is original to the truck . I think it is a dana 60 or 70 . the tag on the rear end has the following info. d3ta-al followed by 603384-5.the outer housing is aout13.5-14 in. in height and has 10 bolts the axle has 23 splines it also has 4.10 gear ratio.can any one tell what year ,make and size rear end this is. (note) the t in d3ta may not be a t. It looks like one but the upper part of it is curved

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remove the 'locking bolt', once the pin is out the c-clips shoud fall out unless this is a floating axle in which the axles are attached at the hub.

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SOURCE: Will a rear end out of E350 Ford interchange with a Chevy 3500 dually

Is the c/k 3500 4 wheel drive?If it is 4WD,you must retain the same gear ratios for both front and rear axles,or the transfer case will be damaged.If it is 2 wheel drive,you can install any gear you like.I believe the Ford E350 rear axle is a Dana 70,as i have rebuilt 2 of that model,along with Dana 60's.The Ford unit likely will not be a bolt in.It will probably require professionally welding new mount brackets on the Ford axle housing.The width needs to be measured from inside the brake backing plate to the other brake backing plate to see if it will physically fit.Good luck.

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SOURCE: Leak in rear axle

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SOURCE: rear end (axle)

call jeep and give them last 9 digits of your vin and ask for three things -Differential Type,Gear ratio, and Track lock- They will give you
1) Dana 35 or 44
2) Gear Ratio 3.31 or 3.73
3) Track Lock - yes/no

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