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Dana 70 vs. Dana 70 B vs. Dana 70 U

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 54inches, Jan 5, 2007.

  1. 54inches

    54inches 1/2 ton status

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    I have searched and searched. I have read everything at pirate, this site and texas4x4.org, but is there anything wrong with the "B" and "U" models? I want a SRW and found a U for $150 at a junkyard, complete.
     
  2. 1977k5

    1977k5 3/4 ton status Vendor

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    I thought the U was the good (highest clearance) one :dunno:

    For $150, go for it if you aren't interested in a FF 14 bolt for whatever reason
     
  3. chromewontgetyouhome

    chromewontgetyouhome Registered Member

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    Not to hijack but how do you tell the difference between the "B" and "U"? I scored a free drw d70 today and my brain hurts from searching for info on it. It has the "wierd 6" lug pattern on it. Any info would be greatly appreciated!!
     
  4. 3 on the tree

    3 on the tree 1/2 ton status

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    That weird 6 lug pattern is probably off an Intl. from the early/mid sixties. Good luck trying to find brake parts.
     
  5. 54inches

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    I already have a 14 bolt ff, but need more gear.

    I have all of the BOM numbers, so if you give me the 6 digit code off of the ID tag that should be bolted on with the diff cover.

    Also, I am only speaking of SRW models.
     

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