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Re: What\'s special about a dually rear axle?
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<font color=green>I could swear that I talked about this on another thread just last night, but I couldn't find it, so I'll do it again[img]images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]. The Dually 14b FF, from what I understand, is the same width as the SRW one, the diference, as WIllis said, is in the brakes. The Cab/Chassis one is narrower, when converted to SRW it is about the right size for a Jeep. The SRW and DRW D60 are the same axle excpt for the hubs, the DRW one has the stud flanges much farther out, and the rotor is bolted onto it back where the SRW wheeel seating surface is. A machine shop can convert DRW hubs to SRW hubs for about $150 to $200 per. Knuckles are the same for SRW and DRW.