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4.56 ratio 14-bolts: $200 each

Discussion in 'Pacific Region' started by mountainexplorer, Jan 22, 2006.

  1. mountainexplorer

    mountainexplorer 1/2 ton status

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    14-bolt Full-Floater 3/4 ton rear, 4.56 open, spring pads and shock mounts set up to bolt into a '69-'72 K5 Blazer or truck. Complete drum to drum. $200

    1974 14-bolt Full-Floater 1-ton Cab and Chassis Dually rear end, 4.56 open, complete drum to drum. Under 80,000 original miles out of motorhome. $200

    14-bolt Full-Floater 1-ton single wheel rear end, 4.56, out of 1981 Crew Cab, under 35,000 original miles behind a 292 6-cyl, complete rear axle drum to drum $200.
     
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  2. 55Willy

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    doesn't the 1 ton and the 67 to 72 have the same spring pad spacing?

    so basicly the 3/4 ton rear had em changed to fir the 67 to 72?

    I may need one these just need to take someome into giving me some front 456's to match,LOL.
     
  3. mountainexplorer

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    Basically, all three have the same spring perch measurements. They should all bolt up (as far as spring perches go) into all 67-72's and 73-87 1-tons. In order for any to bolt under a '73-up 3/4 or 1/2 ton the spring perches would have to be moved.

    I had gotten the one for my '72 Jimmy, but I might just leave the Eaton rear in it if I sell the 14-bolt.
     
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  5. smalltowncowboy

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    72 blazer

    i would buy the one for the 72 blazer but strapped for cash right now, in the process of buying a 72 K/5 and still need to go to kellogg to pick it up. if you know anyone interested in a 14SF i got one not sure on the gears in it.

    too many projects :doah:
     

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