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Ranger vs F150 CV outters

Will the outer portion of an F150/Expedition CV axle (live axle) fit a Ranger hub (live axle)? If not, what are the main differences?
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I would highly doubt it, the 150 is probably bigger. What gen 150 are you talking about?
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I highly doubt it as well. The F150 joint probably has a higher spline count.
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the f150 shaft is bigger, sorry but it wont work...
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I might just pull them both at the jy this afternoon if I get the chance. Maybe some sort of hybrid would work.
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I like the idea, grab some junkyard parts and see what you can come up with!
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F-150 wheel bearings, get them also. Might aswell get the spindle too.
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well if you getting the bearing, because its a sealed bearing you will have f150 bolt pattern on the front......
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Yup! better grab the wheels while you're at it! LOL!
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The "You-Pull-It" yard I'm going to is huge, so I'm just going to take a Saturday and pull parts, take pictures, and then leave them. Think of it like an "automotive library" where the books can't be checked out.
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Good idea. Just hide the parts when you are done so that if you want them later you dont have to pull them again.
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