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caperwing

1990 suzuki LT-F250 4x4 rear axle

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I need to get a rear axle for this machine.  Are 2wd and 4wd the same axle?

Are left and right the same axle?

What years will fit a 1990?

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I would think 88-90 or 92 would work. But I would check around online. Look at the parts houses and compare some of the parts diagrams. Are you looking for used that you want to know what range of years would work?

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Thanks, That's what I'm doing now but getting conflicting numbers. I'll just keep digging.

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I found a used one but will take 2 weeks to get here. The axles are the same from 88 to 02. left and right are the same and the axles are the same either 2 or 4 wheel drive. Maybe someone else can use this info.

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