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#1 GubNi

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Posted 14 November 2008 - 06:03 AM

ALL SOLD!

Edited by GubNi, 10 May 2009 - 06:45 AM.

79 Bronco 460, C6, Dana 60HP with Electrac locker, Dana 70HD with detroit locker, 44's, Milemarker 10.5k Hydraulic

78 Bronco 460, C6, Dana 44HD, Dana 70U with detriot locker, 36's, Milemarker 9000lb electric, dual batteries

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Posted 08 December 2008 - 04:42 PM

Got any body parts for sale?

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Posted 08 December 2008 - 05:15 PM

Got any body parts for sale?



Nothing that's not dented and rusted.
79 Bronco 460, C6, Dana 60HP with Electrac locker, Dana 70HD with detroit locker, 44's, Milemarker 10.5k Hydraulic

78 Bronco 460, C6, Dana 44HD, Dana 70U with detriot locker, 36's, Milemarker 9000lb electric, dual batteries

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Posted 11 December 2008 - 09:32 AM

just a quick question, why are the front axles set up as duallies?
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#5 GubNi

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Posted 11 December 2008 - 10:36 AM

just a quick question, why are the front axles set up as duallies?



It's the way I got them. Some of them came out of trucks with dually rear axles.
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Posted 11 December 2008 - 02:20 PM

Gubni, do you have any SRW axles for 85-91? and could you send me a shippnig quote to 78626? I might be able to sell a couple for ya, JSM84
1984 Bronco XLT, 460, C-6 AT, Dana60, Sterling 10.25", 36" GYR RT-II's on H1 rims, S&W Racecars 10-pt cage kit, PRP racing seats, tube doors, Herculiner, custom "shaker" assembly.

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#7 GubNi

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Posted 11 December 2008 - 03:47 PM

Gubni, do you have any SRW axles for 85-91? and could you send me a shippnig quote to 78626? I might be able to sell a couple for ya, JSM84


I have several. Shipping on one would be $140. Order more than one at the same time and I'll pay the difference on shipping for the extras.
79 Bronco 460, C6, Dana 60HP with Electrac locker, Dana 70HD with detroit locker, 44's, Milemarker 10.5k Hydraulic

78 Bronco 460, C6, Dana 44HD, Dana 70U with detriot locker, 36's, Milemarker 9000lb electric, dual batteries

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Posted 23 December 2008 - 06:23 PM

im wantin to do a straight axle conversion on my truck. i have a 95 gmc 2500 ext cab pickup. what would be the best axle to use for the application?

#9 GubNi

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Posted 24 December 2008 - 04:02 AM

im wantin to do a straight axle conversion on my truck. i have a 95 gmc 2500 ext cab pickup. what would be the best axle to use for the application?



I don't know. If your truck is passenger side drop then get a chevy axle. If it's drivers side drop like the newer chevys then get a ford axle.
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78 Bronco 460, C6, Dana 44HD, Dana 70U with detriot locker, 36's, Milemarker 9000lb electric, dual batteries

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Posted 02 February 2009 - 01:28 PM

Just got hooked up with a guy that has been collecting Dana 60 front axles. I took out a loan on bought several. Price is per axle and they are all kingpin axles.

All my Ford axles are drivers side drop and high pinion. All my GM axles are passenger side drop and low pinion.

Sorry, but I don't have any extra parts for sale at this time.

All axles are sold as-is. I have tried to describe any problems that I know of and provided 4 pictures of each axle. That's the best I can do.

I have taken pictures of all the axles and given each one a number. When asking about an axle or placing and order please tell me which axle number you are interested in. To see the pictures of the axle simply click the axle number next to the description below and it will pop up in a new window. Thanks!

12 Ford high pinion kingpin axles 85-91 $900 axle 1 - axle 2 - axle 3 - axle 6 - axle 7 - axle 8 - axle 10 - axle 11 - axle 12- axle 13 - axle 15 - axle 16

4 Ford high pinion kingpin axles 78-79 $1200 axle 4 - axle 5 - axle 9 - axle 14

3 85-91 Ford dually high pinion kingpin axle 85-91 $825 axle 3 - axle 6 - axle 8

1 GM CUCV axle with bad pinion bearing and rusted ring gear and a good lock-right locker, but no rotors, calipers, or hub $750 axle 20

1 GM axles with 4.56 gears $1100 axle 26

3 GM axles $1000 axle 19 - axle 23- axle 24

4 GM Dually axles $800 axle 17 - axle 18- axle 21 - axle 25

1 GM axle with 4.10 gears no hubs, rotors, brakes etc $500 axle 22

4 Dana 70 rear axles $200 (unknown if Ford or Chevy)

Can ship to to nearby state for about $100, two or three states for $150, or west coast for $250. Need a zip code to get an exact quote and will need to be sent to business address in a business area.

Going to partner with Tangent Design www.tdoffroad.com to offer them as ready to install or he can even install them for locals. Labor price includes small stuff like seals, diff lube, grease, and other small parts. If you already have parts, we will gladly use your parts. Price does not include new brakes although we will be glad to do that on a per axle basis.

$300 labor to install locker and/or gears

$195 - choice of common gears

$145 - bearing kit - needed when installing gears

$550 - detroit locker

$340 - lockright locker

$99 - 4.56 up carrier (only needed with GM axles)

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Hello Shawn, Do you have any of the 78-79 front axles left? I'm looking for one, I'm in Front Royal, Va. 22630, what part of Tenn are you in?

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Posted 24 February 2009 - 03:45 AM

Hello GubNi,

i am new to the forum and on top of that I am from europe...
there are some questions I have regarding the bronco axles.

now please donīt kill me but I have a jeep wrangler model year 1993 and it might have been fatal to register in a ford bronco forum but I dared to do it :)
I want to upgrade my axles and would like to know what DANA 44īs are ok for my jeep. I managed to get a front and rear axle here in europe I think from a 1977 bronco. please donīt ask what it was exactly because I donīt know. the guy I am buying them from said theyīll fit with some custom change bc of the leaf springs I have etc.... that is no prob.
now. since you have so many axles I was thinking of buying a couple from you. the only question would be the shipping costs to europe. i would also have to check about costums but would sertanly be interesting.

many people use ford axles because they are more rigid than stock and cheaper than new out of the store ones.

the country i would need it shipped would be
Gemany
ZIP: 73249
City: Wernau

if you cold give me some info that would be great.

regards

Martin

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 04:06 PM

Sorry I don't sell to other countries.
79 Bronco 460, C6, Dana 60HP with Electrac locker, Dana 70HD with detroit locker, 44's, Milemarker 10.5k Hydraulic

78 Bronco 460, C6, Dana 44HD, Dana 70U with detriot locker, 36's, Milemarker 9000lb electric, dual batteries

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Posted 08 March 2009 - 05:47 AM

Thanks for the purchases
79 Bronco 460, C6, Dana 60HP with Electrac locker, Dana 70HD with detroit locker, 44's, Milemarker 10.5k Hydraulic

78 Bronco 460, C6, Dana 44HD, Dana 70U with detriot locker, 36's, Milemarker 9000lb electric, dual batteries

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Posted 25 March 2010 - 02:20 PM

Do you have any more axles?

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Posted 26 March 2010 - 12:56 PM

Do you have any more axles?

He has some for sale on another forum. Click the link.
http://www.nc4x4.com...ead.php?t=85208




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