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Holy golden 14ff batman!

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Avery4jc, Sep 9, 2006.

  1. Avery4jc

    Avery4jc 1 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    :haha::haha:
     
  6. 1977k5

    1977k5 3/4 ton status Vendor

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    Those ads are targeting someone with a stock later model truck that has trashed their rear end. There are very few people in the CK5 crowd that are interested in a brand new rear end for $1500. Not everyone is as do it yourself as the crowd here.
     
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    yes I agree with you

    however...thses are not even new!


    hey...where their is a market..you can sell! just hope he does not see the other ads for 10 bolt at 100 bucks :crazy:
     
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    I guess when I bought my FF14 with open diff and 4.10s for $150, I was ripping off the junk yard. I should be ashamed.....
     
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    i picked one up yesterday for 100.00


    think I should give him some more?
     
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    That is not your run of the mill 1973 14 bolt with a disc conversion on it. 99 and up Siverado hat style e-brake type. Call your local boneyard and ask them for a rear end for an 02 Silverado and see what kinda price you get.
     
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    :word: disc + ebrake = worth some cashola. i suppose as long as it was the good ebrake lol chevy had their problems.
     
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    wow.....so i could prolly sell my 60/14 combo for $4k sweet ahah.

    i am curious however bout how the newer 14b with factory disc/ebrake would compare with our 14b's with disc conversion and caddy calipers....any clue?
     
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    i am curious however bout how the newer 14b with factory disc/ebrake would compare with our 14b's with disc conversion and caddy calipers....any clue?[/quote]


    X2:D
     
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    yeah, anyone know what is so special about the ebrake on them?

    -Avery
     
  16. supersize75k5

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    ya...


    its a factory application, with off the shelf parts.

    the caddy calipers sounded really cool at first but turned out to be a huge hassel, I gave mine away!


    i have access to one of these newer ones right now..but rregearing kills the deal
     
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    It works :haha:
    Caddy ebrakes will get you an inspection sticker but they aren't much good for holding your rig on an incline and they need adjusting constantly.
     
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    I still have a '79 Seville; I just disabled the park brake.:D
     

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