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Freckles

F-250 Rear end

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Well my right wheel bearing went out again. Thats three times in the last two years. The mechanic says my differantal is bent. Now I am looking for a complete differantal for a 2001 F-250 with a 3-73 gear ratio. Would any one happen to know where I could find one of these?

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That is going to be expensive, even a junkyard will ask at least $ 1500 for the whole rearend. Is that for a SuperDuty or regular F250 (but I don't think there were any non SDuty after '99)? They will also need exact type, better bring along your VIN.

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It is a Super Duty with the 7.3 with 3.73 gears

Freckles

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Try calling some wreck yards but I know it won't be cheap.

Have you consider it trading it in ?

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