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69' K20 Rear Axle (Solid)

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by rencher2, Oct 11, 2005.

  1. rencher2

    rencher2 Registered Member

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    What kind of Axle is on the rear of this Truck?
     
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    readymix 3/4 ton status

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    i believe it would be an Eaton
     
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    botboy 1/2 ton status

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    Probably an eaton HO52 or HO72 full floater..does it have a removeable center section (like a ford 9")? Thats usually a dead giveaway that its an eaton rear.
     
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    By removable center do you mean from the front ? if so thats correct.
     
  5. rencher2

    rencher2 Registered Member

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    Anyone know the the stock gear ratio or ratios for the 69' K20 application?
     
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    atho 1/2 ton status

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    Depends on engine.
    a 350 truck would have 4.11's stock
    a 250, 292, 307 truck would have 4.57's stock

    Of course they could be ordered optionally.
    The third gear ratio from the factory was 5.14, but these are usually under one ton's.
     
  7. Beast388

    Beast388 1/2 ton status

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    Along with the Eaton possibility, it could also be a Dana 60.

    This is the Eaton:

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    This is the Dana 60:

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    :D :D
     

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