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I'm guessing you're looking for the diff number???

located on the diff tag on one of the bolts. If not give the VIN number to the dealer parts dept and they can look it up (as long as it's origional)

Q: How do you find the number of axles on a van?

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Half of the the first number is number of axles. Half of the second number shows number of drive axles. 6x2----3axles, 1 is drive axle 6x4----3axles, 2 are drive axles 6x6----3 axles, all 3 drive axles

Depends on number of axles and where you get on and off. Go to floridasturnpike.com to find out.

A variety of axles can be found for sale by going into Google shopping section, here you will find a variety of axles being sold from stores such as Tweeks Cycles and RoseBikes.

Eaisiest way to find out is get the VIN number off the jeep & call a Chrystler dealership & they can tell you by the VIN number.

There are several factors taken in to account to determine the weight load limit on any number of axles in South Dakota. These factors include the number and spacing of a vehicle's axles and the size of its tires. There may also be Spring Load Limitsin force.The maximum allowable weight for all individual axles and axle groups is limited by statute: single axles is 20,000 pounds, tandem axles is 34,000 pounds, and other axle groups are determined by the Bridge Weight Formula.

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You will need to contact each state for the toll amounts. For trucks the toll is reliant on the number of axles. The usual truck/tractor has 3 axles and a trailer will also have two axles so the rate would be for 5 axles.

It depends on what the freight is and what the trailer is. If it's vehicles, you typically drive them on and off. If you have a van trailer with sliding tandems, you would ideally want the weight distributed fairly evenly between your drive and trailer axles. If you had a trailer with spread axles, you would want more weight towards the trailer axles, since you're allowed 40,000 lbs. on a set of 10 ft. spread axles, as opposed to 34,000 lbs. on your drive axles.

Yes, but there could be a toll charge associated with that route. Tolls are based upon the number of axles and total weight. A car towing a trailer would have 3 axles at the minimum, 4 if the trailer has dual axles.

80,000, same as it is with a 53' van. Even with a 57' foot trailer, the 41' bridge law between the drive axles and the trailer tandems still applies.

Hit a bone yard. They will have racks of them and know what can be made to fit you truck. Or you can have yours rebuilt at a shop.

The key is only available from the dealer.