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    Spicer Parts

    Hey I am in the process of rebuilding a 1977.5 Dana 44 I have the BOM 610010-4 found all the part numbers but having trouble find some one who sells Spicer parts. I have been into partsource, napa, carquest and even a few independent parts guys and no luck.

    Where do you find genuine Spicer parts?

    I would like to deal with someone local but could order it all on-line if need be. I am located in Belleville

    The reason I want to get Spicer parts is due to the axle being a Dana 44HP HD, it has the thick tubes and 8 bolt hub, more of a Dana 60 from the knuckle out. Maybe I am worried about something that I shouldn't be, any suggestions are welcome.

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    If you have a Traction HD store near you, they should be able to help. They are the HD division of NAPA and are a Dana/Spicer dealer. As well, many driveline shops are Dana/Spicer dealers.

    I have no idea what parts you are after but absolutely nothing is the same on a D44 HD and a D60 front from knuckles out. Anyway, all of the common repair parts to rebuild your axle are available through NAPA and most other parts houses. The only thing I can think of that would be beneficial to have as a genuine Spicer part on that axle would be a set of Spicer Life series axle joints. Other than that, many aftermarket parts manufacturers supply quality repair parts for that axle.
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    Give us a call 905 294 0494
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    CTD, thanks for the tip. I was able to find a shop in Kingston Keeler Truck they are a Spicer dealer. I been reading as much as I can find on this axle and was under the impression the hubs, rotors and calibers were the same as a Dana 60, but just what I have found on line. I sure won't argue with you about it, I am confident you know more then me :-). My troubles with Napa and the others is they can't find the parts from the BOM and I only have the BOM I have very little info on the old ford truck it came in. Other then its 77.5 F250 which doesn't seem to help them at all.

    These are the parts

    2 x Seal & Guide Tube Part# 36352
    2 x Socket Assy Part#706116X
    2 x Wheel Spindle Seal & Bearing Part# 706527X
    2 x Inner Wheel Bearing Cup & Cone Part# 706074X
    2 x Outer Wheel Bearing Part# 706111X
    2x Oil Seal Part# 35313

    I have also contacted Jim at Rock Spyder.

    Just a rookie at this I am learning as I go.

    So this is the info I am working from
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    A D44 and D60, regardless of which particular BOM, are fundamentally different in just about every aspect. The D60 is a larger, heavier axle that has virtually no parts in common with a D44 no matter what BOM's you are comparing.

    I'm not sure where you are reading any info that would suggest otherwise but I can tell you that you should probably stop reading or referencing info from those sources.

    If you give NAPA (or any other parts house) a vehicle application, they can help you with parts. Just tell them it is from a 1977 F250 light duty (lighter GVWR which has the D44 front) and you will be good to go. Many of us source parts this way. I have a Heep with no OEM components or BOM's to reference and that is all I do when it comes to sourcing parts. You get used to it after awhile.

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    Good info on your axle in here

    http://77cj.littlekeylime.com/web_rs44.html

    Good to cross reference part #'s. Use 1978, not 1977. (77.5-79 F250, same sh!t)

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