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Old 02-01-2010, 08:28 PM
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14 bolt dually vs IH dually rear???

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Got a 8 lug, 14 bolt chevy dually rear and a 5 lug, rear outta a 54 International dually 1.5 ton. Heard the IH may be a Dana but not sure. Which one should I use on my new project? Anyone know much bout IH rears??? HG

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Not sure about the axle in the international, but the 14 bolt full floater is pretty bulletproof, i dont see how you could go wrong with it.
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I know that IH used Dana rear ends because I pulled a Dana 60 out of one years ago. If this is a Dana 60 then there will be a 60 cast into the case in one of the gussets on the housng. If it's a 44 or a 70 then these numbers will be cast into the housing in the same place. The Dana rear ends are very popular with after market manufacturers. So is the 10.5 14 bolt GM rear end. It's up to you.
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