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ok folks, for years i have been told that a dually rear end is 7/9 inches wider than a regular 3/4 -1ton truck , pick-up not cab chassis. Here,s what i have a 1993 ccdrw 1 ton . i can get a 1999 f250 4x4 ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 01-22-2013, 04:54 PM
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ok folks, for years i have been told that a dually rear end is 7/9 inches wider than a regular 3/4 -1ton truck , pick-up not cab chassis. Here,s what i have a 1993 ccdrw 1 ton . i can get a 1999 f250 4x4 cc srw pick-up. i just measured the rear -end from brake mounting flange, and both rear-ends are within a 1/4 inche of each other. could someone please explain this? rusty
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Ok but whats the measurement from where the rim sits against the drum to the other side?

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that's what i'm trying to find out
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ive heard that the axles are same width but the drums are different and that is were the difference is. but to be honest i cant be 100% on that but something to think about
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