Discussion in 'The Garage' started by COCHEV, Sep 15, 2002.
no pic or anything.
Bid $35 and find out.../forums/images/icons/smile.gif Pretty hard to tell with no pic, I guess it's a possibilty though.
anyone know how to find out what it is?
I went to the dana-spicer website and tried to search their parts number database but it didnt come up, just said part number unknown. Maybe email the contact person for the auction. Be sure to let us (me) know what you find out in case another auction comes up!!
If you look under the item manifest at the description, it says AXLE,VEHICULAR,NOND. Im gonna say that the NOND means non driving, as in a steering axle. In other words i dont think its a 60.
I doubt it the original vale is too low, should be more like $3K for a D60. Probably a trailer axle. Good catch on the non-driving.
My friend who is an automotive encyclopedia said this is a load carrying axle found on heavy duty trucks/tractor-trailers. /forums/images/icons/frown.gif
Dumb ? but if you get it how are you going to get it home? It is right up the road from me. I'll see what I can find out.
mostly curiouse for future reference.
Referenced the National Stock Number against the one in a M1008 CUCV parts manual. Sorry, that's not a M1008 axle.
The parts numbers for a dana 60 out of a M1008 (open carrier) is:15597787.
The parts numbers for a dana 60 out of a M1028 (locker) is: 15634657.
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