Is a 14 bolt A 1 ton axle?
The 14-Bolt Is The Ford 9-Inch Of 1-Ton Trucks
Every diesel-powered pickup sold in the United States for the last 10 years has a full-floating rear axle.
Are all 14 bolt axles the same?
Over the years, there have been millions of 14 bolt axles produced. And, of course, they weren’t all the same. GM 14 bolt axles were available in semi-float and full-float versions, and there are two types of hubs found on 14 bolt axles. Also, two different types of drums were used.
What is a 14 bolt full floater?
You can spot a full-float rear axle by looking at the wheels. Full-float axles have a tell-tale “axle end” that sticks out from the wheel surface. This is because the wheel hub on a full-float 14-bolt axle will stick out beyond the wheel mounting surface anywhere from about two to four inches.