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spring pad width info?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by sweetk30, Jun 6, 2005.

  1. sweetk30

    sweetk30 professional hooker Premium Member

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    does any one know the center to center on 88-up axles? and what is the old ones 1/2-3/4 and 1 ton thanks. getting ready to do the big buildup this week on vacation.
     
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    divorced 3/4 ton status

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    Here is some info that I had saved on the older stuff. I am not sure on the new stuff.

    Spacing
    1-tons feature 40.5" perch spacing - whether C&C or pickup, whether SRW or DRW. 3/4-ton is 42.5" perch spacing.

    Width's
    SRW 67.5" WMS-WMS

    DRW 72" WMS-WMS

    C&C 63.5" WMS-WMS

    VAN 70" WMS-WMS


    GM Dana 60 front (single wheel) ...................69"

    GM Dana 60 front (dual rear wheel) ..............77" ; +4" on each side vs single wheel

    GM 14 Bolt rear FF (single wheel) ....................67"

    GM 14 Bolt rear FF (dual wheel)........................63"

    GM 14 Bolt rear SemiF (single wheel) ..............66"

    GM Dana 44 Front (single wheel) ..............69"8-lug; 67" 6-lug

    GM 10 bolt front (single wheel) ..............69" 8"lug; 67" 6-lug

    GM 14 Bolt rear (Van single wheel) ...............70"

    GM 10, 12 bolt rear ..................... 65"
     

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