How to Identify a Dana 35 Axle?

Answer The Dana 35 axle was introduced by MOPAR in 1948 as a lightweight but durable front axle for practically every four-wheel drive vehicle made by the company. It uses a 7.562-inch ring gear and 1.406... Read More »

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How to Identify a Dana 50 Front Axle?

The Dana/Spicer Corp., manufacturer of axles and differentials, built the model 50 exclusively for the Ford Motor Co. for use in front-wheel-drive Ford trucks. According to, the... Read More »

How to Change an Axle Shaft in a Dana Axle?

The axle shaft is located inside the axle, and connects to gears inside the differential and transmits power to your wheels. The axle shaft endures stress and torque. If it fails, you will need to... Read More »

Dana 44 Axle Information?

The first Dana 44 axles were manufactured following World War II. The early Dana 44 axles were used in vehicles produced by Ford, International Harvester and Studebaker. The Dana 44 also was used i... Read More »

How to Remove the Axle Nut From a Dana 60?

Dana axles were famous for being used on heavy-duty off-road military vehicles during WWII and later. The Dana 60 axle was installed on civilian vehicles designed for off-road traveling. They were ... Read More »