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14 bolt rear

Discussion in 'Parts & Trucks Wanted' started by georgiared84, Sep 9, 2002.

  1. georgiared84

    georgiared84 1/2 ton status

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    Hey everyone. I'm looking for a 14 bolt semi floating, or full floating rear axle somewhere in the southeast.(I'm in Georgia) Preferably something with 3.42 or 3.86 gears. I'm running 34" tires and do commute in my k5, so I don't want to go with 4.10's. I was planning on rebuilding my front, but if anyone around here has a matched set (front and rear) that would be even better.
     
  2. doc70sub

    doc70sub 1/2 ton status

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    I have a van width 14-bolt FF 3.73 that needs new brake shoes/cylinders/etc for $100/trade. Located an hour north of Charlotte, NC. Sorry, no front to match.
    Doc
     
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    thatK30guy 1 ton status Premium Member

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    I have a 3.73 rear, complete from hub to hub, with 13" drum brakes on it. $100 for it.
     
  4. georgiared84

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    Thanks, I found one here yesterday. What's even better is it came with a sm465 and np 205 all for $200. Thanks for replying though!
    Matt
     
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    Thanks for responding. I just found one in a 1 ton chevy truck yesterday. The guy let me have it, the transfer case and the sm465 for 200 if I pulled it myself. I went ahead and got all the stuff for the hydraulic clutch, and steering colum while I was at it. Now I just have to find time to get it all put in so I can junk my 700R4.
     

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