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1986 K5 Blazer - parting out!

Discussion in 'General Parts for Sale' started by blasphemous, Mar 25, 2007.

  1. blasphemous

    blasphemous 1/2 ton status

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    I want this stuff gone, so make on offer on anything if you don't think it's fair!

    TH700-R4 transmission, worked when truck was parked 6 months ago - $100
    NP208 (2.61:1 Low Range), worked when truck was parked 6 months ago - $75
    305 cubic inch, carbed, COMPLETE air cleaner to oil pan, worked when truck was parked 6 months ago - $200

    Other parts are: Front 10b axle (3.08 gears, $50) Stock front (free) and rear ($50) springs

    Everything is OBO and pictures can be made available. If you show up in person w/ cash in hand, we can definitely deal!

    UPDATE: The body has been junked... all that's available is what's listed.
     
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    Metrodps Strange but nice guy Premium Member GMOTM Winner Author

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    Do you have the inside rear panels and what is the interior color?
     
  3. blasphemous

    blasphemous 1/2 ton status

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    I'll have to check if they're there, what shape they're in and what color they are.
     
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    dyeager535 1 ton status Premium Member

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    Looking for blue front seatbelt ends in good shape. :)
     
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    bigjimmy82 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    Does it have a hitch? and how is the front bumper?
     
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    blasphemous 1/2 ton status

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    They aren't in the truck.

    Honestly, I don't think they'd be worth my time to pull out. However, if you (or have someone) come pull them, they're yours.

    = no hitch
     
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    bigjimmy82 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    sorry, i should have read it better
     
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    blasphemous 1/2 ton status

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    No worries... anything else you're interested in?
     
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    do u still have the stock 52's in the rear? or are you keeping those?
     
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    blasphemous 1/2 ton status

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    They are there, actually forgot about those. I won't ship them though, to heavy for me to deal with. Has to be something my wife can carry, and she's petite. I have a busted a$$ foot and can't carry anything over about 10 lbs.
     
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    thats cool i was just checking.
     
  12. dyeager535

    dyeager535 1 ton status Premium Member

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    I dunno, 5 minutes with a T47 driver, five minutes to box up, five minutes at the post office, $20 and I pay shipping, works out to $80/an hour. :confused: Even if the whole process took 30 minutes it's $40/hour. Perhaps we calculate worth of time different ways. It's definitely NOT worth it to drive 2500 miles to go get them though. :)

    But that of course would be assuming they are in excellent shape and not cracked anywhere.
     
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    I will keep it in mind, but can't think of anything else
     
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    blasphemous 1/2 ton status

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    You forgot to add in 15 minutes to clear all the crap out to get to them. They're just not worth MY time. There's also 30 minute round trip to the PO. I have a broken foot, so it'd also be a little more than 5 minutes to get them out. I'd rather not ship anything from it. If you were closer, you could HAVE the belts if you pulled them.
     
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    blasphemous 1/2 ton status

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    In about 2 weeks, whatever doesn't sell is getting junked. The only things I'll be keeping are the engine, tranny and t-case. Those will still be available...
     
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    In that case, if anyone wants to make $20, I'd be happy to pay for them if they are going to get anything else off the truck.

    You oughta tell your wife you'll split any profit 50/50 with her on anything she sells! lol :)
     
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    You want the belts? I am going over to his place tonight or later this week... I'll pull em for ya and PM ya :D
     
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    Just wondering....would you be willing to ship the transmission? I wouldn't mind paying a bit more than what you want for it if so.
     
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    blasphemous 1/2 ton status

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    My only problem with that is that I have a broken foot. So I'd actually have to have someone pull it for me. Give me an offer, in PM if you want. Just for the tranny, I'll figure actual shipping charges.
     
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    I need the driver side door panel. Or just the inside door handle. You know the alum. piece under the interior handle thing?

    My alum piece is thrashed.
     

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