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D60 on Ebay...

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Topdown, Mar 12, 2003.

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    Topdown 1/2 ton status

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    You did realize that was a rear axle didnt you? They dont even mention what it is out of, spring perch width, WMS to WMS... It looks like a late 70's Ford axle with 11 spline axle shafts I just sold for $100 not to long ago.
     
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    yeah I knew it was a rear... I was sending it out just in case someone here needed one. I am still all 1/2 ton and probably will be for a while... at least until I run across a "free" set of 3/4 or 1-tons or find a few grand to buy and rebuild a set. /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif

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    The main consern when getting a dana 60 rear axle is they were available from so many vehicles (GM, Ford, Dodge, IHC) and many different widths/axle shaft spline counts combinations (anything less than 31 is not desirable for these). Unless it was rebuilt you should not have to pay more than $200 for a good used axle.
     

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