How to Rebuild a Dana 35?

Answer A Dana type 35 differential gear is a widely used rear gear in off-road vehicles. Extreme driving conditions can damage important parts, such as the rear gear. You will need to rebuild a Dana 35 re... Read More »

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How to Rebuild a Dana 70 Rear End?

The Dana 70 is a large, well built transmission and axle system that is found in many full-size trucks and vans. This rear end is built to handle it all and is a popular choice for anything from dr... Read More »

Tips to Rebuild Dana 60 Differentials?

The Dana 60 differential is a type of car axle that was widely used by many car manufacturers from the 1960s until the 1990s. For obvious reasons, many Dana 60 differentials are still in use and wi... 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 wide is a Dana 60?

The Dana 60 is most commonly found in the rear of 3/4-ton pickup trucks. The mid-1980s Ford F250 rear axle is 66.5 inches wide, from wheel mounting surface to wheel mounting surface. Since almost a... Read More »