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What is the front axle on a 2004 dodge 2500hd 4x4

What is the front axle on a 2004 dodge 2500hd 4x4 with a hemi?

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Change u joint on front axle

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AAM is american axle manfactur its is equal to say a dana 60 that was use in dodge chev ford truck for years you could find out more buy goggleing it

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