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Old 03-12-2017, 10:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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C&C DRW to SRW ??

Hi all, acquired some axles, 10 bolt 8 lug front, and a C&C DRW ff 14 bolt. I was looking into my options, either get a dually front, swap out hubs to SRW on the current DRW axle, or get another SRW rear axle.

I'm looking for info on the DRW to SRW hub swap, thought I had found some info earlier, but now I can't find it.

Any help, links pictures would be nice.


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Thanks, so that pretty much covers it, with the exception being what drums to use, because the backing plate spacing is different. But axle shafts are supposed to be the same width, so that's a plus

But it will give me a better idea of how I will tackle this, I have a couple 14bolts with blown up diffs I can use the hubs from, just really didn't want to pull them all apart to find I couldn't do it.
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Ya some where around where they talk bout axle length they mention which drums inchange. I think it's SRW and van are the same, DRW and C&C are the same.

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I think the spring pad width is different between, drw, c&c and srw.
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Ya some where around where they talk bout axle length they mention which drums inchange. I think it's SRW and van are the same, DRW and C&C are the same.

On by phone ATM so can't look it up


Ok I reread, but it got confusing because it looks like they were talking drums that swap between stock, not when you do a hub swap.


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I think the spring pad width is different between, drw, c&c and srw.


1 tons had a 40.5" center to center spring pad, DRW or SRW, C&C had either a 40.5 or a 36", the last two C&C we had both were DRW and had a spring width of 40.5", same as the current axle I have now. I'm not sure how they got a 36" spring pad, because our frames are around 35" outside to outside.

Also 1/2 ton and 3/4 ton had a 42.5" spring pad width. Not a problem for me because I am keeping the hangers and springs with the axle.


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