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14b FF price

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by ramses, Mar 14, 2006.

  1. ramses

    ramses 1/2 ton status

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    I judt got a set of 3/4 ton rearends for free and im thinking about trying to sell the 14b, how much should I try to sell it for? I took the cover off and the gears are in really good shape, its got 4.10's. The brakes are stuck but everything else is in good shape, theres probly less play in it than in the one under my truck lol. It should at least be worth $200 shouldnt it?
     
  2. Citizen Rider

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    depending on demand around you. Around here you can get a 14bff for around 100. Now you have to make sure what gears it has and hope the brakes are still good. But you can sometimes find good ones. I would go for 150-200 and if it doesnt sell, lower it some.
     
  3. 1977k5

    1977k5 3/4 ton status Vendor

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    I got mine for free and sold the 4.10's that were in it for $40. I don't think it would be worth anywhere near $200 with trashed brakes, just my .02
     
  4. tarussell

    tarussell 1/2 ton status

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    It all depends on what someone is willing to pay and how much demand there is in your area for that axle.
    Around here 14FF's with 4.10 and less gear go for cheap to free due to how common they are.
    $200.00 is a fair price for a used rear FF axle, in good working order, but the fact that GM made a billion of those axles kind of kills the ability to get fair trade value when a buyer can keep looking for another that is just around the corner .

    HTH's Tom
     
  5. broc944

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    I paid $150 for mine, not many around here, I got some what of a deal, I also bought a 203 and 205 at the same time.
     
  6. Leper

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    I have sold them from 75.00 to 200.00. The expensive one had new everything, as far as brakes.
     
  7. K5er4Life

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    I got mine from the junkyard on half off day...65 bucks, yeah baby.
     

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