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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by unick, Oct 12, 2003.
how hard would it be to put a d60 out of a 91 f350 into my 87 blazer?
Isn't the driveshaft on the Lt. side on the Furd, and on the Rt. on a Chevy???
Is it a real Dana 60 or is a Dana 61 or Dana 50?
You can do it but you'll have to get a transfer case (probably a NP241HD) out of a IFS Chevy and do all the custom work associated with that.
yea it might be. that sux it was a good deal too. o well
if its that much work its not even worth it
its either that or can do an NP205 from an older ford.
A chevy d60 has a spring pad span of 32". It also has pass. side drop.
The 91 ford d60 has a spring pad span of 36.5" and has drivers side drop.
I'm sure the spring span can be corrected.
You will need a ford transfer case.
There may be an issue with pinion centerline to knuckle centerline? I think it's location is different not sure though. Good luck /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
dang you fast typists /forums/images/graemlins/mad.gif /forums/images/graemlins/tongue.gif /forums/images/graemlins/rotfl.gif
Nick, I am pretty sure I have pictures of my Ford D60 and Ford NP205 in my webshots album (engine&driveline). The link is in my signature. This definetly makes a nice setup.
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