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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-15-2010, 01:28 AM Thread Starter
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DRW Dana 80 Q...

Can I un-dually a Dana 80 dually rear-end? I'm kicking around ideas for my '99 and one has been to go to a SRW. I know in the front it's just the adapter but the rear is considerably different.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-15-2010, 01:34 AM Thread Starter
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Re: DRW Dana 80 Q...

Before you jump my ass, Rico, the search function yielded nada...

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Re: DRW Dana 80 Q...

I have kicked this around a couple times also. What it looks like is maybe if you had the outter hubs and axles from a SRW. Maybe you could get it to work. But I havent had time to tear down a dually rear to see.
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Re: DRW Dana 80 Q...

Probably just need a spacer to make the width the same as a SRW. The dually rearend is narrower than a srw. Bolt up a set of SRW wheels and tires and measure it. Then measure the stock width of a SRW truck. I guessing close to two inches per side would make em close. Other than that, just bolt a bed on there. That, or buy a 10.5 and bolt it in there. How much you want for the 80?? I need one for a project truck. Already got a dana 60 front out of a 01 350 dually. Just need a rear 80 to narrow up.

BTW, nothing there to tear down. Just unbolt the tires and wheels and check it out. The cab/chassis rear 80's are a different width than the regualr dually rearends. And you can just bolt up a set of SRW wheels on them. Nothing different but the width. I think hotrodtractor's pulling truck had a 80 in the rear with no spacers, and looked good like that to me. Maybe he'll chime in about the width.

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Re: DRW Dana 80 Q...

PM DrSpeed about this. He has a DRW D80 in his SRW Superduty.

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Re: DRW Dana 80 Q...

I beleive you just need spacers.

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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-28-2010, 12:34 AM
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Re: DRW Dana 80 Q...

Rearend all you need is a lugwrench Bed is cut to mount fenders
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