How to Identify a Dana Rear End?

Answer The Dana Corporation manufactures vehicle differentials in tandem with the Spicer Corporation, which, according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, "is North America's largest in... Read More »

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How to Identify Dana 606845-1 Rear Ends?

Dana has an easy system of identification, called the Dana Bill of Material Number, and it is found on all Dana rear-end assemblies, or rear differentials. Although Dana differentials can be visual... Read More »

How to Identify a Dana 44 Vs. a 35?

The Dana series of axles, made by Dana Corporation, have been used in a variety of foreign and domestic vehicles with payload capacities under one-half ton. The Dana 35 and Dana 44 axles are two of... Read More »

How to Identify Dana 35 Gear?

Many trucks and off-road vehicles have Dana/Spicer model 35 differential units. According to Drivetrain and Colorado, the Dana 35 was used as a front- or rear-wheel drive differential in Ma... Read More »

How to Identify a Dana 35 Axle?

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 »