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Yukon Gear 8.8 in. 5-Lug Rear Axle - Passenger Side (97-03 All)

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  • Item T103213
  • MPN# YA F880033

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Features & Details

  • 1541H Alloy Steel Construction
  • 31 Spline
  • Right Hand - Passenger Side
  • 31-7/8" Axle Length
  • 1.620" Bearing Journal
  • 5-Lug Design
  • Fits 1997-2003 F-150s with an 8.8 in. Rear
Street or Strip Upgrade. The Yukon Rear Axle is the perfect replacement for 1997-2003 Ford F-150s with a 31-spline, 8.8" differential. If you want more strength and a serious upgrade from the factory components, then this it just what you're looking for. This premium quality Yukon steel axle has 31 splines to ensure all that power and torque is transferred straight to the pavement - where it belongs.


than OEM. Yukon Gear manufactures their axles from high quality 1541H alloy steel for superior strength and uses a rolled spline process that produces an axle spline that is up to 30% stronger than standard cut splines. This C-clip axle provides you the superior performance you're looking for, while remaining an exceptional value for your money.

Application. This passenger side Yukon Gear 8.8" Rear Axle is designed to fit the driver side of the 1997-2003 Ford F-150s with a 31 spline count 8.8" differential.

Fitment: 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 Details

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  • (1) Passenger Side Rear Axle
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Overall Rating 5.0

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Shop Install

    Installation Cost: $100-$250

    February 06, 2017

    Yukon Axles

    Purchased this axle after finding out that my Right OEM axle was bad while having new gears installed. Truck rear end feels very solid now. Still letting new rear components get broken in but feels great on the street. Knowing these axles are 30 percent stronger gives me some peace of mind when I take the truck to the track.


    Year: 1999

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