One piece? one piece what? I'm sure you have the normal 9 1/4 inch rear
that's been used for years and was on my truck. There have been problems
with this rear. I took my 2003 in for a front and rear differential oil
change, and it turned out the rear was about to fail and there was a
broken clip in the bottom, and the carrier and almost everything except
the axles ended up being replaced under warranty. If you have too many
miles on yours, it still might be covered under some hidden warranty.
the corporate 9.25" axle has been a source of some trouble. sometimes
depending on labor rate and amount of damage it may be cheaper to replace
the entire axle than to repair, but more often than not a rebuild can be had
cheaper than the entire axle assembly. the axle shafts should rarely be
damaged unless the vehicle has been extremely overloaded or wrecked. (I've
seen 1 case of bent axles and that was a coworkers truck that was spun
through a intersection and over a curb)
First off everything has it's share of problems. The 9.25 rear has been
in dodges fir year. One thing that I have seen is the clip that holds
the clutches in the sure track assemble come off and ruin the ring and
pinion bearing etc. i don't think there are any TSB for rear diff
what year is you truck. Most dodges have at least 5 year 100,000 km
(I'm canadian) power train coverage
message Has anyone
had problems with their diff? they are telling me that i
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