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2 stock 10 bolt axles w/long studs

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    Arrow 2 stock 10 bolt axles w/long studs

    I have two nice stock axles out of a 3 channel 10 bolt 93-02 F body rear. They already have 3" ARP wheel studs installed.

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    Pardon my lack of research, but I don't have a lot of time...

    Could you please elaborate on the 3-channel portion? Is that the one with inclusion for TCS, or is that a 4-channel?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AirForce View Post
    Pardon my lack of research, but I don't have a lot of time...

    Could you please elaborate on the 3-channel portion? Is that the one with inclusion for TCS, or is that a 4-channel?

    Thanks.
    Not a problem. A week ago I had no idea what either was myself...

    Anyway...

    3 channel is ABS only (has sensor on top of axle housing),
    4 channel is ABS & ASR (sensor on each wheel)

    ABS = antilock braking system
    ASR = acceleration slip regulation (aka "traction control")

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    Thanks! It's too bad it's not a 4-channel... because that's what I'm needing right now. :S
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    I have 2 spare 4 channel ones also, but I'd rather not sell those since that's what my car uses...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rel3rd View Post
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    I'll take a look tonight when I get home from work.

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    Looks good, I'm gonna pop cover off tonight and see what all is involved to swap axles. I "need" to do it. I'll get back to you in a day or two. If you get a chance to sell to someone else go ahead. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by crushedout View Post
    Looks good, I'm gonna pop cover off tonight and see what all is involved to swap axles. I "need" to do it. I'll get back to you in a day or two. If you get a chance to sell to someone else go ahead. Thanks
    Not a problem.
    It's a pretty straightforward job.

    You'll need to:

    Remove calipers
    Remove rear cover
    Remove carrier center pin bolt (the one with 5/16" head)
    Slide out center pin
    Push axles in to release c-clips
    Slide axles out...

    Regardless of whether you buy these or not, do yourself a favor and change axle seals as a little preventive maintainence.

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    Did these come out of your 2000? I guess there is a diffrence of axles for 93-97 and 98+ even though aftermarket companys say there is not. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by crushedout View Post
    Did these come out of your 2000? I guess there is a diffrence of axles for 93-97 and 98+ even though aftermarket companys say there is not. Thanks
    No, these came out of the replacement rear that I bought for my car, and they had no provision for the ASR (traction control) reluctor wheel to be pressed onto. That's the only reason they are no good to me. I went ahead and bought a brand new set of 4 channel axles, as well as a cheap pair for spares.

    My 2000 has ABS and ASR, which has sensors on each wheel, hence the term 4 channel. If my car only had ABS (anti-lock brakes), it would be a 3 channel, which means it has an ABS sensor mounted into the the top of axle housing and gets it's signal from the ring gear's reluctor wheel.

    As an FYI, the axles themselves are only different as far as the ABS/ASR thing. Length, pinion spline, bolt pattern, etc., are the same from 93-02

    Here's a 3 channel flange:

    http://home.comcast.net/~rel3rd/wsb/...2/site1465.jpg

    and here's a 4 channel flange:

    http://home.comcast.net/~rel3rd/wsb/...2/site1464.jpg

    as you can see, the 3 channel has nowhere to install the reluctor wheel to...

    That's why they are for sale. Hopefully, I have explained the difference clearly enough.

    FWIW, they are "SALE PENDING" at the moment. If deal falls through, I'll update, although for 50 bucks, shipped, I can't believe anyone would turn them down if they need some.

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