All Chev 60's are 35 pline inner, 30 spline outer king pin diff's. A lot of the older Dodge 60's are the same. Not sure when it started but the newer Dodge ones are "Central Axle disconnect" versions with ball joints. Avoid those...
3/4 ton brakes can be made to work...but they don't just bolt on. FWP runs 3/4 ton brakes on his. I don't see the advantage though.
A dodge 60 doesn't need much of anything to work under a Chev...excpet the perch width is a little different. Mudhog runs a dodge D60 under his Blazer and I'm pretty sure he just pried the springs a little and made it work. Az-Kickin does make some offset spring eye bushing to correct the spring width though if spreading the springs a little concerns you.
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nah, I have 4 kids, and it wud'nt on accident /forums/images/graemlins/rotfl.gif /forums/images/graemlins/rotfl.gif /forums/images/graemlins/rotfl.gif /forums/images/graemlins/rotfl.gif thanks Rusty, just makin sure i was correct, i was, i didnt think there was a different version.
I got a dodge 60 in too. Spreading the springs (the way it is now) kills bushings real quick. I am offsetting the shackles and trimming the front bushing to fix it this afternoon. Mine is a 1990 king pin BTW.