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What axles does a Ford Excursion have?

Ford Excursion Axles
The Ford Excursion is equipped with specific axles that vary based on the model year and whether it is a 4×4 or 2WD model. Here’s a breakdown of the axles used in the Ford Excursion:
Front Axle:
– The front axle of the Ford Excursion is a Dana 50 axle, which consists of a Dana 44 differential in a Dana 60 housing with 30 spline axles.
– The Dana 50 front axle was used in the 4×4 models of the Excursion.
– The Excursion’s front axle is unique and requires specific service procedures and tools for maintenance.
Rear Axle:
– The rear axle for all Excursions is a Sterling 10.5 axle.
– The Ford Excursion rear axle is available in different configurations, such as the Dana 80, Dana S-110, and Ford Sterling 10.5″ rear axle for 4×4 models.
It’s important to note that the production of Dana 50 front axles ended when the Excursion was dropped by Ford at the end of the 2005 model year.
If you have a specific model year or need further details about the axles on a particular Ford Excursion, feel free to ask for more information!

What Fords had a Dana 50?

The solid axle Dana 50 was used in the Ford F-250 and the F-350 from 1999 to 2003. This axle was also the only OEM axle used in Four-wheel drive Ford Excursions. The GAWR of a solid axle Dana 50 is 5000 lbs.

What trucks came with Dana 60 axles?

  • 1964–1977 Chevrolet and GMC 3/4-ton pickups.
  • 1975–1987 Chevrolet and GMC 1-ton pickups and Suburbans.
  • 1979–2012 Chevrolet and GMC 1-ton vans.
  • 2002–2005 Chevrolet and GMC 1/2 + 3/4 Ton pickups and Suburbans with Quadrasteer.

What kind of front axle is on a 2003 Ford Excursion?

2000-2005 Ford Excursion 4x4s use Dana 50 monobeam front axles. Externally, the Model 50 Axle looks almost exactly like a Dana 60 used on most of the Super Duty 4x4s of the same vintage, however, all the internal differential components are substantially smaller.

What vehicles use Dana 44 axles?

The Dana 44 has been manufactured for nearly 70 years, and was original equipment under Jeep, Ford, GM, Dodge, International Harvester and Studebaker vehicles, and even the Isuzu Rodeo and Honda Passport. And almost every one of these had some unique, funky specification just for that model.

What front axle is in a 2000 Ford Excursion?

The Excursion come from the factory with a Dana 50.

What Ford trucks have Dana axles?

Ford uses Dana Super 60 Front Driving Axles in 2005 and newer F250, F350, F450, and F550 Super Duty 4×4 trucks. Each axle is built with a Bill of Material (BOM) Tag affixed to the differential cover by two cover bolts. These axles will also…

Does Ford use Dana axles?

With a throwback to the past, the 2023+ Ford Super Duty F-250 and F-350 come equipped with the Dana Advantek M235 (Dana 50) front axle in high pinion configuration.

Do I have a Dana 44 or 60?

The easiest way to tell them apart is by looking at the size of the center section. Because of the way larger ring gear on the Dana 60 the center section is noticeably larger. The center section on a Dana 60 has a noticeable cutout for the larger gears. The Dana 60 axle will typically have larger brakes as well.

Is a Dana 44 stronger than a Dana 35?

The 44 is much stronger than the 35, you may want it with your V8 if you tow anything. NEW Dana 44a Axle Truss and Skid !

How do I know if I have Dana 44 axles?

Many Dana axles have the model ID cast into the fins or centersection. Look for a “44” or “60” cast into the reinforcement ribs. The number can usually be found on the lower right side rib below the differential cover, but it may also be found on other ribs or on top of the main cast structure.

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