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Old 04-23-2019, 01:34 AM   #11
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I guess this axle won't work for my application then, do you think I'd have better luck finding a FF dana 60 out of a van with ABS? What years would be best?
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Old 04-23-2019, 06:22 AM   #12
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Negatory. Stick with a 2009+ cutaway axle.

There's only one year (2008) van axle which will be fully compatible and be full float and have the big brakes. And even then there's a chance you get the "wrong" tooth count on that year, which would require swapping tone rings.

What was the axle in your pics out of?
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Negatory. Stick with a 2009+ cutaway axle.

There's only one year (2008) van axle which will be fully compatible and be full float and have the big brakes. And even then there's a chance you get the "wrong" tooth count on that year, which would require swapping tone rings.

What was the axle in your pics out of?
2009 cutaway, 27,000 mi. plumber was using it until wrecked.
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That should be the one you need. Just need to figure out when they did with the outboard wheel speed sensors.
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That should be the one you need. Just need to figure out when they did with the outboard wheel speed sensors.
Would I be able to retrofit this rear end with speed sensor axles?
If I understand correctly, the outboard sensors are mounted to the axle shafts? I would imagine they are different than axles with no sensors.
I feel bad about all these questions, but haven't been able to find answers to my questions elsewhere.
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No retrofit is needed. Either the sensors are there and you just need to plug into them, or somebody removed the sensors and you'll need to replace them.
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