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Help Identify a Dana 44 axle.

Discussion in 'Differential & Driveline' started by Arlo, Apr 18, 2019.

  1. CSFJ

    CSFJ ----------------- Supporting Member

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    Wow
    At first I thought that was a dirt dobber nest
    (Some kind of wasp like insect that makes nests from mud )

    But that’s welding ?

    Big question is what’s the rest of the truck look like ??
     
  3. Arlo

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    Here is the rest of the truck. Starting from the bottom. working up. bought an 84 Donor truck for cab and Front Clip. when done will be a K10 SWB Chassis 1/2 ton Leaf springs in Rear, 3/4 Ton in the front, Flat bed with a 496, put a corporate 14 in the rear with a 373 Gear and going to be a Dana 44 in Front. 6 inches of lift in Rear right now trying to determine front do to engine weight.
    All in all just another truck to build. plan on keeping this one. I seem to sell them as soon as i finish.

    So in short right now there is no rest of the truck.

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    I will say, that is one of the worst cobble jobs I’ve ever seen lololol

    I bet you’ll have to replace that steering knuckle, I bet the holes are all jacked up. And a steering arm will be necessary as well
     

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