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Assorted spring plates and u-bolts

Discussion in 'Suspension | Axle' started by ZZ4x4, Jan 11, 2006.

  1. ZZ4x4

    ZZ4x4 1/2 ton status

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    Update:

    I have only the following left:

    Spring Plates:
    14B spring plates ( cradle type which go BELOW the axle tube)
    12B spring plates (cradle type which go BELOW the axle tube)
    10B / D44 front spring plates

    U-bolts:
    Round 3 5/8 dia for GM 11.5 Axle 11" long
    Round 3 3/8 dia for 14B 7" long
    Round D60 -stock 7" long (plus longer wider one for diff housing)
    Square 2.5 width x 7" long

    Sorry, no matched sets of extended length u-bolts. Just stockers.

    Jeff
     
    Last edited: Jan 24, 2006
  2. TravisO

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    I could use some longer U-bolts for my front Dana 60. I've got stockers now but they are not long enough for installing zero rates.
    Travis
     
  3. ZZ4x4

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    PM sent.
     
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    spring plates for a 60 and 14 bolt?
     
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    spring plates for a dana 60?
     
  6. ZZ4x4

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  7. ZZ4x4

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    Smokey,You're next in line after JJ350:wink1: . Have just one set of the D60 / 14BFF plates left....

    Thanks,
    Jeff
     
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    cool, just let me know.
     
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    you got a passenger(diff) side spring plate for a dodge d60f?
     
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    Sorry, only GM stuff.
     
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    i need 2 6 degree shims steel ones
     
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    Sorry, no degree shims left.
     
  13. MTBLAZER89

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    I need a longer U-bolt for the diff on a 10b front. I have a 0-rate and a 6 leaf pack. I can get a measurment tomorrow.
     
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    I need a set for a dana 44 front 9" length, one of them is longer though.

    Thanks
    jesse

    PM me please
     
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    Just updated the original post with what I have left.
    Thanks.
     

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