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8-lug outers

Discussion in 'Suspension | Axle' started by fabjunkie, Dec 27, 2006.

  1. fabjunkie

    fabjunkie 1/2 ton status

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    8-lug outers for 10-bolt or D44. Backing plates, hubs, rotors. $100 + shipping.
     
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    are therse still available?
     
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    fabjunkie 1/2 ton status

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    One person ahead of you, waiting for response on payment.

    I mislisted originally, there are no knuckles or spindles. I was thinking they are needed for the 8-lug conversion, but they are not, just the backing plates, hubs, and rotors are there. I can throw in some spare knuckles and spindles I have for a little more to cover the extra shipping costs.
     
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    sixpennylizard Registered Member

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    ok let me know. If I can reuse the knuckles and spindles that I already have then I don't think that I will need them. Now if they are flat top knuckles then I'll take them.
     
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    No need for the knuckles 100% of the time on 73-87(91) D44 and 10 bolts

    HOWEVER, you must make sure you match the spindles and bearing hubs. 73-77 Dana 44's were typically small bearing with the large external lockouts on 3/4 tons. 77-87(91) 10 bolts (and a few crossover D44's) were typically the large bearing with the smaller internal lockouts. The half ton axles used the same spindles in the same generation. So as long as the axle being converted uses the same bearing you don't need the spindles.
     
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    These are the internal lockouts.

    Sale pending.
     
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    Can these be used for a 88 or 90 10b?
     
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    yep all d44s or 10b;)
     
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    Well, i know that.:rolleyes: But if i`m converting to 8 lug, will I need the spindles too?
     
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    muddybuddy 3/4 ton status

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    i dont think you need the spindles, i think its just the backing plates besides the obvious 8lug hubs and rotors. im not 100% sure
     
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    To go from a 1/2 ton 10 bolt to a 3/4 ton 10 bolt you don't need to change spindles. I have a complete 3/4 ton conversion for sale as well if your still looking (since this set is sold).
     
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    $$$???
     
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    Deal fell through, still available.
     
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    Who's in line? I need a set BAD!
     
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    Still available.

    Nerverending, you're first in line. :D
     
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    Oh sorry, I had already bought a set. That post was a while back. Thanks anyways though.
     
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    I'll take them. I gotta be up there the first week of March, so I'll pick up. Hopw do you want to be paid?
    Thanks, Jimbo

    ps. could you store a transfer case for one of the bro's from Kansas?
     
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    That would be me! :bow: :haha:

    Where exactly is Belton, TX? I know someone who is working down in TX somewhere and if Beltons not far from the jobsite, I can have him swing by to pick it up. He lives here in my hometown and can pick it up no problem.
     
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    You flatter yourself Wes! Yes, you are the one! Belton is between Austin and Waco, so I imagine he's going up I-35 to Kansas. Of course, this works only if Fabjunkie will put up with me,LOL!!
    Jimbo
     

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