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Ford Dana 60 and Dana 30 Yukon shafts

I have a complete Ford Dana60 from a 1994 F350.. Disc to disc. SOLD -
I am building a D60 for my JKU. I ended up with two so I am selling this one.
http://www2.dana.com/expert/wc.dll?h...ONT_A~610445-5

I also have Dana 30 JK Yukon alloy shafts. They were installed maybe three months. SOLD
Spicer 570-60x Dana 30 u-joints for spares. Two, still in the box. $50

Cash or paypall

I have these listed on Craigslist and several other forums. I can not promise to answer PMs.I am in Shreveport La.

Please email me at [email protected] or call/text 318-464-one one zero seven.

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I'm an idiot... (Just letting you know, because I ask stupid questions!) But, is this a front or rear D60?

See? Just proved the "idiot" part. going to send an email, now.

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I'm an idiot... (Just letting you know, because I ask stupid questions!) But, is this a front or rear D60?

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I did not get a PM.

try email at [email protected]

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SOLD shafts.

Dana 60 still available.

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Were thw Dana 30 Alloy shafts complete....inner and outer with uJoint?? Where did you buy them?

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Were thw Dana 30 Alloy shafts complete....inner and outer with uJoint?? Where did you buy them?
Yes, they were complete.

Randy's Ring and Pinion.

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what type of bracketry are you going to run on the drivers side? not much tube there.

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Yes, they were complete.

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humm, just got off the phone with randys. they said the yukon d30 shatfs are a new product and they wont have the outters till the end of the year. are you sure they are what you say they are?

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humm, just got off the phone with randys. they said the yukon d30 shatfs are a new product and they wont have the outters till the end of the year. are you sure they are what you say they are?

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what type of bracketry are you going to run on the drivers side? not much tube there.

I haven't gotten that far yet. It just may be all the excuse I need to go coilover. Getting a standard coil bucket on there is going to be really tight.

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got the shafts, look good thanks.

bump for your axle sale

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got the shafts, look good thanks.

bump for your axle sale



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what type of bracketry are you going to run on the drivers side? not much tube there.
Damn! This is a sweet deal! Great axle for coilovers!
Same offset axle I built for my JK... mine out of an '89 F350.





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If you were in Cali I'd buy this today
It's not but a 20 hour drive

Co4lo: I have read through your build about 20 times. And Maraz too. Have you seen any pics with a coil bucket on one of these D60?

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It's not but a 20 hour drive

Co4lo: I have read through your build about 20 times. And Maraz too. Have you seen any pics with a coil bucket on one of these D60?

Preston
I haven't. You could do it though. It would not be hard to build a coil pad over the factory leaf spring pad. You may have to raise it off the axle a bit to get things centered and then use shorter springs. But I would think it's possible.
Might be worth saving the time though and invesing in coilovers. ?
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