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all you should have to do is cut the tubes , get new ends and new axles , new brakes ,,,,

why do you want a Dana 60 ?? are you gonna use a 4 speed ??? Their pretty heavy if you don't need them.

Moser has new ends and axles , putting together a brake system would be your next challenge
 

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If he still got it, I'm going to go get it!
Al


Thanks!
 

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Nothing wrong with a Dana 60...




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No but you needed a forklift to pick that rearend up onto those horses...didn't ya? :devil:

Not sure why people go with D60's they are heavy, and "most" on this board aren't going to push the limits of a 8.5 ten bolt let alone a D60's.
 

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"most" on this board aren't going to push the limits of a 8.5 ten bolt let alone a D60's.
I have been through my fair share of 10 bolts and for the cost differance, I would go with nothing less than a 12 bolt. :yes:
 

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No but you needed a forklift to pick that rearend up onto those horses...didn't ya? :devil:
Yep, it's heavy.

Not sure why people go with D60's they are heavy, and "most" on this board aren't going to push the limits of a 8.5 ten bolt let alone a D60's.
This particular rear is in my '67 Pro Streeter, which will have a 4-speed and 540+lbs/tq SB. Can't imagine running a 8.5" ten bolt in this car. Got one of those 8.5'ers in my '79 El Camino ZZ4 SB automatic, though..:)
 
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