How wide is a kingpin Dana 60?

How wide is a kingpin Dana 60?

Differences between the front Dana 60s:

OEM Years width (wms-wms)
92-93 67.5″
85-88 75.5″
Ford 78-79 69.25″
85-91.5 69.25″

Is a Ford Dana 60 the same as a Dodge Dana 60?

These axles are all exactly the same. If there are 4 bolts, then you have either a Dodge or Ford Dana 60 axle. These two axles are not identical.

How many inches is a Dana 60?

9.75 inches
The Dana 60’s ring gear is 9.75 inches in diameter, and the available gear spread ranges from 3.31:1 to 7.17:1. There are both low- and high-pinion designs, and six- and eight-lug wheel bolt patterns.

How do I know if my Dana 60 is a kingpin?

1959-1979 Ford Dana 30, Dana 44, and Dana 60 front axles were stamped on the front of one of the tubes (usually the left tube) with an axle identification or Bill of Material (BOM) Number.

What is the difference between a Dana 60 and a Dana Super 60?

The Dana Super 60 is an upgraded version of the Dana 60 axle. Differences in the Dana Super 60 versus the regular Dana 60: Larger and thicker diameter steel tubes (3.75 inches diameter and ½ in thick) Larger ring and pinion which increase the contact area and overall strength.

What year is a Dana 60 kingpin?

The King Pin Model 60 stayed in the Ford lineup as the only available front drive axle for the F-350 until the end of the 1991 model year. Ford switched to a ball joint Model 60 for the 1992 model year.

How much power can a Dana 60 handle?

The Dana 60 can easily handle drivetrains producing 600 horsepower, and is commonly accepted as the strongest passenger car axle you can find. The Dana 60 is also quite adaptable. Just about any ring and pinion combination you want between 3.54:1 and 7.17:1 is still readily available.

How strong is a Dana 60 rear end?

What did a Dana 60 Kingpin come in?

Is a Dana 60 stronger than a Ford 9-inch?

See all 34 photos With its huge 9-inch ring gear, a beefy Dana 60 should be stronger than a 9-inch Ford. But as these Hoosier Gear photos show, the Dana 60 (left) has only a 1.062-inch hypoid offset, compared to the Ford’s larger 2.250-inch (right).

How big is a Dana 60 axle?

The bulky 3-inch tubing diameter of the Dana 60 axle makes it a heavy-duty choice for truck enthusiasts too. Mopar first introduced the Dana 60 in the late 1950s on some heavy-duty 1/2- and 3/4-ton 4WD pickups.

What is the difference between Dana 60 HD and Dana 61 HD?

Dana 61 external case is similar to Dana 60 HD in its use of dual ribbing: a reinforcement truss extends from the tube all the way around the differential case, in addition to raised cover flange. This is better than on Dana 60 “standard duty” where tube reinforcement extends diagonally to join with the cover flange.

How do you identify a Dana 60 rear-end?

The Dana 60 is a Salisbury-type rear-end, meaning the differential carrier removes from the rear of the axle instead of the front. It can be identified by its 10-bolt rear cover, which appears to be lying on its side. Each Dana 60 has a build date and bill of materials numbers stamped into the back of the passenger-side axle tube.

Can you put a Dana 60 in a full-size pickup truck?

As you can see from the list of donor trucks, installing a Dana 60 into any full-size pickup will be relatively straightforward. Most of the vehicles listed will have drum-to-drum axle lengths of between 60 and 68 inches.