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HUGH STORAGE UNIT BLOWOUT SALE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Brians 60s, Oct 4, 2000.

  1. Brians 60s

    Brians 60s 1/2 ton status

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    1986 MATCHED SET 1 TON AXLES 4.56 LOCKED REAR. $1,595. BOTH
    1987 MATCHED SET 3/4 TON AXLES 3.73 OPENS $595. BOTH
    1977 1 TON 14 BOLT FF 4.10 OPEN $245.
    1985 DANA 60 FRONT 4.10 OPEN $975.
    1978 CARB TO PAN 454 CHEVY. RUNS BUT NEEDS REBUILD. $495.
    HUGH PTO WINCH $350
    CAMEL HUMP 194- 461 HEADS COMPLETE $145.
    700R4 2WD NEEDS CONVERTER SUPOSEDLY RUNS. $125.
    TURBO 350 2WD GOOD RUNNER. $195.
    1975 SM465 4 SPEED. $195.
    1976 MARRIED SM465 AND 205 TRANSFER CASE. $345.
    REBUILT PONTIAC 400 HEADS. $195.
    4 SETS EXHAUST MANIFOLDS FROM MID 70S TRUCK SBC $40 PAIR
    3.73 R&P AND CARRIER FOR D-44 $75.
    4.56 FRONT AND REAR R&P AND CARRIERS FOR 14 BOLT FF AND DANA
    44 BOTH ARE OPEN $295 BOTH.
    203 FOR TURBO 350 WITH ADAPTER $75.


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  2. dpearson

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    Hey Brian,

    This is Derek from El Paso, I would still be interested in that phone book, we talked about. Also do you have any exhaust manifolds for a bigblock?
     
  3. Boss

    Boss 1/2 ton status Author

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    Brian,
    What kind of condition are the 1986 MATCHED SET 1 TON AXLES 4.56 LOCKED REAR in? What locker is in the rear? Detroit? I'm interested in that set. I'm assuming the Dana 60 front axle has an open carrier right? Cause that is what I would want. Do you have pics? email me at theboss@98rockmail.com My email is currently down for the mean time, but as soon as its back up and running, I'll check it and respond. Thanks
    Boss
    http://www.boss.coloradok5.com

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    keith 1/2 ton status

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    You know maybe this post should be on the FOR SALE page. OR even the Advertisement page if your going to sale stuff.
     
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    how much shipping to 80226 denver co. interested in 14bolt ff.
     
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    Derek, I don't know off hand where any big block manifolds
    are at but I will send you that phone book. I have just been
    swamped lately. Sorry, Brian

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    Boss- I sent you an e-mail on the matched 1 ton set.
    Moneypit- I will check on shipping for the 14 bolt for you.
    Waxer- what more info do you want on the 4.56s.


    If anyone would like more detailed info on any of these parts please give me a call at 541-317-8873. please leave
    a message if I am not there and i will call you right back.
    Thanks . Brian

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    angelglo 1/2 ton status

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    ill buy the 454 from you. how much for shipping to 94066. san bruno, ca. thx.

    angel
     
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    What type of axles are the 3/4 ton set. I have ten bolts now and need to know if this would be an upgrade. I have an 86 K5, would they bolt in? How much for shipping to Minneapolis 55124? Thanks!
     
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    the front axle is also a 10 bolt so It would not be an upgrade just an 8 lug compared to a 6 lug. the rear end
    would be an upgrade. I believe it has an 9 3/4" ring gear
    which is bigger than what you have now. These axles will
    directly bolt in and I will include all the u bolts and
    plates to do so. Just make sure that this is what you want
    since it will take me quite a while to find you the best deal on shipping. Brian

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    Angelo
    call me at 541-317-8873 for info on the 454 chevy.

    Thanks. Brian

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    Thanks for checking Brian but the axles don't seem to be enough of an upgrade to justify the money right now. I'm hoping to find a 14FF and a 60 that don't need to much attention. Thank you again for the response!
     
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    not a problem if you are looking for a 14 bolt ff and a 60
    front I have those to. Brian

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    Send me your address and the price on the 4.56s and I will send you the cash!!! neilmarietta@toast.net May be interested in the SM465 too. What all parts do you have for the Tranny? Adaptor? Bellhousing? Flywheel?

    Thanks,

    Neil

    Mudzer 1978/91 K5
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    Mudzer, Waxer is the only one ahead of you for the 456 gears
    If he dosen't want them they are yours. All I have is the complete sm465 tranny or I have a sm465 tranny 205 transfer
    case combo. I'll let you know if waxer passes on them.

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    How many pounds is that PTO Winch rated at? Can it fit on a k5?


    10 out of 11 people prefer Jimmys over Blazers.
     
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    I am guessing the pto is about 200 lbs and it could fit on your jimmy with some modifications such as getting a dana
    60 from me. Ha Ha only kidding. the pto looks like something
    off of mad max.

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    so is it way too big for a k5? I am wonder how many pounds this thing is rated at.


    10 out of 11 people prefer Jimmys over Blazers.
     
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    It is rated at 10,000# which by the looks of it is a very conservative number. I believe it would work on your jimmy
    if you had a stout enough bumper, but the best thing to do
    is for me to give you the measurments and let you decide.

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