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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 1HighK5, Apr 23, 2007.
Is the Dana 60 front hub the same for GM and Ford dana 60's?
Lockout hub or wheel hub?? First one yes, second one no.
Sorry about that wasn't think'n I mean the wheel hub. Just so i got it right the GM is different from the Ford so I have to find a GM one for my Dana 60
Also what is the difference between the Ford and GM wheel hub?
Not sure what the diff is, maybe cause the stub and spindle are longer, the wheel hub might be longer as well??
The hub itself (the big cast iron piece that has the rotor pressed onto it by the lug studs) is different between Dodge, Chevy and Ford I think. Check this article to make sure http://pirate4x4.com/tech/billavista/60_front/index.html
They aren't much different, IIRC. They're expensive, so why change them? It'll just change your width a little bit.
The stub, spindle and bearing hub are all shorter on a Ford than Chevy or Dodge, roughly 5/8". The last few years of Dodge kingpin D60 (89-92?) are the same as a Chevy but, imo, too rare to waste time looking for.
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