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looking for 10-bolt cheap

Discussion in '1983-2005 S-Series models' started by IIVIIoonshiner, Oct 29, 2006.

  1. IIVIIoonshiner

    IIVIIoonshiner Registered Member

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    My uncle has a narrow s-10 type 2wheeldrive 10-bolt in the back of his 1991 s-10 blazer that is humming and making an awful racket so I am looking for a new "used" one to replace it. any of you boys that upgraded to bigger axles have one anywhere near me that would do? doesn't need to be fancy or locked or anything like that.... his had drum brakes but what ever ya got.... oh ya I'm in Aiken, SC which is near Augusta GA.... anyone?

    oh maybe an 8.8 out of an explorer? I could probably make that work too....
     
  2. mxfireman

    mxfireman 1/2 ton status

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    Too bad your waaaaaaaaay out that way. I have one for you.
     
  3. IIVIIoonshiner

    IIVIIoonshiner Registered Member

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    lol well his hasn't exploded yet but I am definitely gonna need to find one closer than that lol... thanks though! anyone else?
     
  4. OrangeCrushK10

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    Same here. I'm going to swap out my 10-bolt for a D44 rear very soon.
     
  5. 1979jimmy350

    1979jimmy350 1/2 ton status

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    yea i have 3 of them, if you want i could sent it forward air to keep costs down
     

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