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Old January 6th, 2015, 07:16 AM
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never mind. I found out they`re a 44 an 60. my bad
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did you ever find out what the WMS to WMS was on a CUCV axle?
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Old January 28th, 2015, 07:23 AM
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did you ever find out what the WMS to WMS was on a CUCV axle?
best Ive found is 67-68 wms on cucv. but I`m still researching.
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I have been looking but unable to find some pictures of a front cucv axle moded to fit. Im just curious what others have done to extend the cast spring perch.

Any images would be a great help. Also does any one know the size of the bolt that goes into the spring perch casting?
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I have been looking but unable to find some pictures of a front cucv axle moded to fit. Im just curious what others have done to extend the cast spring perch.

Any images would be a great help. Also does any one know the size of the bolt that goes into the spring perch casting?
Not CUCV axles, but dana 60. Give this a look. I'm not sure if it will help or not:

Axle swap in "The Big Cheese"
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Not CUCV axles, but dana 60. Give this a look. I'm not sure if it will help or not:

Axle swap in "The Big Cheese"
Thank you very much, that is a huge help.
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For any one that is interested, I just put a 2006 dodge ram 2500 rear axle in.

The dodge rear axle is direct bolt in. The leaf spring perches are however for a 3 inch leaf.

In addition the dodge axle is an AAM 11.5 with 3.73 (could also be 4.10) gears, disk breaks with parking break. A single break line to a spliter for both calipers. Wms to wms is 72 inches.

2003-2006 dodge uses the same axle.

I picked mine up a the junck yard for $250, I will have to do a gear swap, that is going to run any where from 300-500, so for thoes on a budget it is not a bad swap.
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Is the bolt patten metric for the rims ?
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No, 8x6.5". Ford Superduty is metric, 8x170mm.
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