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Dana 44 and 14-bolt 3/4 ton axles $350

Discussion in 'Pacific Region' started by mountainexplorer, Jan 21, 2006.

  1. mountainexplorer

    mountainexplorer 1/2 ton status

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    Pair of 3/4 ton axles out of a '76 Chevy fulltime 4x4. Dana 44 front with flattop knuckles, complete from caliper to caliper. 14-bolt full floater rear complete drum to drum. Both 4.10 gears. $350 for both. *edit* Front end sold. Rear 14-bolt axle available $150 obo

    Located in Spokane, Wa. Depending on where you are in the NW, transport could possibly arranged.
     
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    hmm, I am in Texas, but if shipping isn't outrageous $350 beats the $700 a guy wants locally for the same pair, without flat top knuckles ( 10-bolt front ).

    check shipping to zip 75038
     
  3. mountainexplorer

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    Hmmm... I'd rather not ship these. Not sure who to try and go through to do it. I guess I'd ship if I could just drop them off at a shipping company that does business in Spokane.
     
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    shipping

    I work for a freight line and I know you can drop items off on the dock and have the company dress them for shipping. I see axles banded to wooden pallets all the time for easy moving. Let me do a little more research and I'll get back to you on the easiest way to have these shipped.
     
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    If you want to do the research and find out what's involved and don't mind whatever shipping would cost, then I can strap them to pallets and drop them off somewhere in or near Spokane.
     
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    I'll talk to a friend of mine in sales and see if we have a terminal near Spokane.

    be in touch soon
     

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