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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-03-2007, 10:32 AM Thread Starter
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Help me find a vendor for dana 44 ifs parts

I'm having a hard time finding a right axle slip yoke for my trucks front axle.
I need one that fits the 80-86 f150.
The local ford dealership said the part is no longer available and the auto parts stores can't get it.
If anyone has a good used one I would be interested.
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Thanks Norm
I'll check those places out.
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Mike, I just pulled the ifs out of my mud truck and put a dana 60 in its place. It is an 83 f250 if it will work
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Jeffs bronco graveyard has different part #'s for the f150 and f250.
I'm not sure of the difference. Maybe a heavier u-joint or different spline count.
The f250 has a dana 50 ifs instead of the dana 44 from what I can find.
The bronco graveyard has the f150 part for $60.00 so I'm just going to order a new one.
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When you call Broncograveyard, ask for Mark, he is very knowledgeable.

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mark usually answers the phone anytime i've called there.
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