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For the years we cover 1973 & newer GM only used a few different Rear ends. The Troublesome 12 Bolt truck rear end with an 8.75" Ring gear (These differ from the Car models). These have a small pinion shaft and WILL break under rough usage!
Next came the 10 Bolt rear end with an 8.5" Ring Gear. These are basically the same internally 2WD or 4WD...Even the 10 Bolt front ends are the same "Guts"! The BEST ones are the '89 to '91 Blazer & Suburban ones or '88 and newer Pick-up trucks. These have the BIGGER 30 Spline Axles and not the 28 Splines axles. These units come in 5 & 6 Lug axles and 8 Lug for Front Differentials.
There are 2 types of 14 bolt Rear Ends. These have been around for a long time! The only big change is in the width, when they went to the wider 1988 truck body style. The "Mini 14" or "Semi Floater" has 33 spline axles that are held in with large "C" Clips inside the differential. This is what the Semi Floater hub looks like.
The Largest 14 Bolt is the "Full Floater" with it's 10 1/2" Ring Gear and Bolt in 30 Spline axles. These ONLY come in 8 Lug models.
The DANA 60 is the "Big Boy" of Front differentials with it's 9 1/2" Ring Gear and King Pins...No Ball Joints here! See the D60 in the lower Right webbing?
SRW Dana 60 Ready to ship!
DRW Dana 60. This one still has the Budd Rims on it!
GM 10 Bolt 8.5 Front Differential. See the Squared off bottom with the ears? This is GM 10 bolt 8 1/2
Dana 44 Front Differential. See the rounded bottom? This is a Dana 44!
Tooth Count is stamped on the Ring Gear. With this you can get your ratio...No guessing! 41 Divided by 11 = 3.727 (3.73's)
To figure out what Ratio you have you can look in the bottom of your glove box for the RPO codes (Regular Production Option). The older trucks are in code...you can just read them! To the Right are some of the RPO Codes for the most popular Ratio's.
If you can't read them for what ever reason... you'll have to do it the hard way! Drop the cover and get the tooth count off of the ring gear. Every Ring & Pinion are a mated set from the factory, so the tooth count is stamped into both of them (And the manufacture date).
G80 = Locking Rear Differential
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This is GM's Most common POSI unit The Gov-Lock unit. It acts like and open differential until One side spins faster than the other...Then the Locking Governor kicks in!
Non lock out front hubs "Slugs" for a truck W/ NP203 Transfer Case $50.00
Most Front & Rear Ends are out , and ready to go!
Dana 70 HD Rear End for Dual Rear Wheel Trucks
14 Bolt Full Floater factory "G80" Gov-Loc POSI unit.
Dual Rear wheel Rear Ends come in 2 different widths! The Narrow "Cab & Chassis" units or the wide "Dually Pick-up Truck" width. This one to the left is a Wide Pick-up truck unit. See the distance between the Brake backing plate & the spring? Narrow units you can only fit your Fingers in there!
Spring Backing Plates Differ by Tube size.
Complete Gear Carriers are available.
Fronts & Rear are Cheaper by the PAIRS!
Dana 60 Front Spring Backing Plates
Dana 44 axle W/ Stub Shaft $60.00
1988 & Newer IFS Front CV Axles Lg. 8 Lug Size
IFS Differential for 6 Lug Trucks. Please note the Under 6" CV flange.
Old Style Yoke mount front drive shaft to Transfer Case
Newer Round style front drive shaft to Transfer Case mount
1990 2WD 1 Ton Front End Assembly
Large IFS front Diff in frame
1988 to 1995 2 Round Pin Style
1996 - '97 Twin Blade Style
1997 & Newer 5 Pin Style
14 Bolt Full Floater with Locker. Military M1008 Pick-up
M1008 Military Locker
Military M1008 Locker
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