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Dana 60

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Because of its size and weight, the Dana 'case needed a separate damper to minimize the vibrations and sharp motions a typical rearend made to work must endure. The 'case is rotated to allow the output shaft to pass over the axle tubes, where a carrier bearing (incorporated into the gussetting of the third member) mounts to a yoked driveshaft to drive the final offset-pumpkined Dana 60.