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ryanh827

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i have a 95 chevy 1500 and a a set of ford axles from a 2000 f250 everything ive read says they wont work is there s reason why or it just because the spring width is further apart ? im making my own mounts anyways so that wouldnt matter just wanted to make sure before i started
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k10man

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If you are making your own leaf spring mounts then you can throw what ever you want under for leaf springs. I have a friend who put camper 1.5 ton leaf springs under his 89 k1500.
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ryanh827

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If you are making your own leaf spring mounts then you can throw what ever you want under for leaf springs. I have a friend who put camper 1.5 ton leaf springs under his 89 k1500.

 i was meaning will the axle itself work
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k10man

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It should work. The only thing that may be different is your driveshaft yolk, which means you may need to make your own driveshaft. I believe I saw a video online the other day about it. A guy was doing a solid axle swap on a 97 chevy. I believe he was using ford axles
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k10man

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I believe it was this video...
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