Re: F250 4x4 Rear disc break/axle swap?
Unless you want to add larger tires, etc, I'd stick with the axle you have, as it's installed, and it works.
Adding a larger heavier axle can also mean drive shaft modifications. There are rear disc conversion kits out there. You can find them at Jegs, SummitRacing to name two. However, a conversion kit can run upwards of $1500 with tax for GOOD parts. Cheap parts you can get one for around $1K.
You might think it's easier to swap the axle for a few hundred bucks. Keep in mind that the F250 axle is already more than capable, and it's already installed. If you want to save a couple hundred bucks and some of your own sweat then axle swap, but if I had to do it, I'd just order a conversion kit to keep everything simple.
ABS is ABS, as long as the connectors fit, it'll work fine. Again, it's one less worry if you keep the current axle.
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