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Front Axle Identification

Discussion in 'Under the Hood' started by Mark in VA, September 29, 2002.

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    1. Mark in VA

      Mark in VA New Member

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      Anyone know how to identify the front axle in my '92 XLT with 5 speed?

      I want to replace the 200,000 mile wheel bearings and the Parts guy at my dealer needs the Ford part number on the diff housing because '92s used 2 axles. Well, I crawled under the truck right there in the dealership parking lot and found the yellow sticker on the back of the housing, but when I wiped the grease away I guess the printing went with it. :-(

      Should I just buy both sets of bearings and take back the ones that don't fit?
       
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    3. Paul Gagnon

      Paul Gagnon Poseur SUV Moderator Emeritus

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      Explorers only used one axle, the Dana 35. Rangers used the Dana 28 as well as the Dana 35(4.0L only).
       

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