Dana 60 Axle Truss (05+ SD Housing)

Dana 60 Axle Truss (05+ SD Housing)

NV-AT-0060-01-TO

Regular price $299.99
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Estimated 2-3 weeks to Ship

 

05+ Super Duty Dana 60 Truss Only


The 2005 and newer Super Duty Dana 60 axles (commonly found in Ford F-250 and F-350s) are a popular one ton swap for Jeeps: They're tough enough for most any tire you can mount up, have a driverside drop pumpkin/center section, they are high pinion housings, and they come with massive factory disc brakes.

This axle truss swap kit is built from a combination of 3/8" and 1/4" laser cut, CNC formed mild steel.

This kit includes: The Truss only. We offer more comprehensive swap kits; but this is just the truss.

Shown but not included is our optional raised adjustable panhard/trackbar mount for use with high steer and other custom steering needs; sold seperately here.

 

Welding should be done by a competent welder/shop. Some grinding may be required for best fit. Instructions for setting caster properly etc is e-mailed at the time of your order.

*Axle swaps may require use of wheel adapters or new wheels depending on the desired lug pattern for your vehicle*

*Front Truss only; you will need to source an axle housing of your own

Cutting and grinding of the Dana 60 axle is required in order to remove the factory brackets -- the factory driverside mounts are cast into the center section. More then a few cut off wheels will be required.

*PRODUCT SHIPS BARE METAL & UNWELDED*

A installation summary can be found by clicking here.

what our customers are saying

My rear Next Venture diff skid takes a beating! Best rear diff skid available. Well done!

Lee Bower

Quality is amazing, items fit perfectly. Couldn't be more happy; these are gonna help out a lot between the tons and LS1.

Austin Besnier

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