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12 bolt rear and dana 44 front in phoenix, AZ

Discussion in 'Rocky Mountain Region' started by az88k5, Oct 18, 2006.

  1. az88k5

    az88k5 1/2 ton status

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    12 bolt rear and dana 44 front out of a 74 k-5, $150 takes the pair or $75 for the 44 front and $100 for the 12 bolt rear. These are complete units that are road worthy. Call me at (623)293-8498 names Tony

    Gearing is 3.73 in both...
     
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    justhorsinaround 3/4 ton status

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    How's about you drive them down here. Give them to me, and I'll get ya drunk so you'll forget?
     
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    what's the gear ratio? I'm very interested. Thanks,

    --Adam
     
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    az88k5 1/2 ton status

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    MaxPF 1/2 ton status

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    I'm surprised Pauly isn't all over the 12b like a fat chick over a case of donuts :haha:
     
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    pauly383 Daddy383 Staff Member Moderator

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    I overspent on everything the last two weeks . And I still have some money orders to mail out :eek1:

    If its not sold in a week or so , I may change my mind and go for it anyway , just to cut time and cost making the truggy a roller again ( I raped the truggy good ) :D
     
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    ttt,

    the gearing is 3.73 for all those wondering...
     
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    does the D44 have flat top knuckles (x-over steer conversion friendly)?
     
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    i'm pretty sure it does, its out of a 74

    as per offroaddesign's website "The right side knuckle must also have a large cast-in flat surface on the top of the knuckle to be machined for the crossover steering kit. This "flat top" knuckle is commonly found on '76 and older D44 axles. ALL GM corp 10 bolts and most '77-up D44's will need the knuckles from an older D44 in order to complete the crossover steering. The "flat top" and "round top" knuckles are shown below to illustrate the difference: The flat top knuckle you need is on the right."
     
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    I got some side job money coming in this week . I could finally come fetch that 12 bolt if it isn't sold pretty soon :thumb:
     

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