Wtb Dana 80 dodge dully

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  1. josh m

    josh m Well-Known Member

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    Looking for my wife’s uncle. Needs a Dana 80 for his mid 90s 3500. 4:10 prefer
    Thx


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  2. BigClay

    BigClay Well-Known Member

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    where are you located? There are a few around here. Now when you say mid 90s, there is a big difference between 1st gen and 2nd gen dodges
     
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  3. josh m

    josh m Well-Known Member

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    He’s in Greensboro. So close by. I’ll call him tomorrow and double check the year. I’m pretty sure it’s 2nd gen. 95 96ish.


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  4. josh m

    josh m Well-Known Member

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    He said his “gears broke” wants to swap the axle instead of tear his apart to fix it. So.. might have a decent housing in the original.
    I haven’t looked at it yet.


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  5. No fries

    No fries Well-Known Member

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    Didn't you have a D80?

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  6. josh m

    josh m Well-Known Member

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    Ok. I was way off. It’s a first gen 1992 Dully [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]


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  7. shelby27604

    shelby27604 Well-Known Member

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    I have a SRW D60HD with 4.10 gears from a 1992 listed in the for sale section.

    I can't tell from the pic. but your VIN codes to a D70 w. 3.55 gears

    Complete D60 Rear
     
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  8. josh m

    josh m Well-Known Member

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    I guess He could still run the duels on that axle?


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  9. shelby27604

    shelby27604 Well-Known Member

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    The SRW will be narrower, but everything should bolt up. I am sure someone will be along to dispute this fact though.
     
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