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Misc. Parts - 208/driveline/hitch/etc

Discussion in 'Free | Trade | Misc.' started by btolenti, Oct 22, 2005.

  1. btolenti

    btolenti 1/2 ton status

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    NP208 - just came off my 86 K-5, good condition, needs cleaning. Was working great, just swapped out for a 241 with SYE.

    Driveline - 31-1/4" from u-joint to u-joint. Stock NP208 slip yoke on one end, full 1350 yoke on other end. U-joints have about 500 miles on them.

    Drawtite Class V hitch - in good condition, with all bolts for installation. There is a 4" drop hitch attached to it to...I lost the key to get the darn thing off SOLD!

    4" tapered lift blocks - These are from a Tuff Country 4" lift kit (for the rear, of course). I used them for about a year, but removed them when I installed a shackle flip $15 obo

    Front sway bar. Just removed it for some extra flex. In good condition. Has newer energy suspension bushings, have about 800 miles on them (1 years use) $25 obo

    31 gallon fuel tank - Just removed this to install a 31 gallon EFI tank. This one has no sumps and would be for a carburated K-5. Still has a working sending unit too. $40 obo Still has gas in it!

    1227747 ECM with ACSK prom. $40obo

    Charcoal canister from 90 camaro 305TBI. Should work on most that require canister with purge valve. $30obo

    87 TBI distributor. Good condition. Never ran it, though. Came with a complete TBI setup but I was able to use my existing unit. $30obo

    Shipping for the blocks or shackle mounts would be from Gilroy, CA 95020. I think shipping would kill the deal on the other parts.
     
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  2. btolenti

    btolenti 1/2 ton status

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    Pics...

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  3. btolenti

    btolenti 1/2 ton status

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    Mo' pics....

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    btolenti 1/2 ton status

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    Keep those. They make awesome tire stops for cars. Especially lowered cars.
     
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    What engine/transmission combo is the ecm for? Thanks!

    Rich
     
  7. btolenti

    btolenti 1/2 ton status

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    I've been told it is from a 350 with a TH400. (87 truck). The wiring harness for it had the downshift relay.
     
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    Ok thanks, I need one for a 5.7 with a manual.
     
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    are the 4" lift blocks steel or aluminum?:confused:
     
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    btolenti 1/2 ton status

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    They are steel blocks.
     
  11. sams78chevy

    sams78chevy Registered Member

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    How much do you want for the 208 and drive line? Trade? 4l60 core with good 233 tcase?
     
  12. btolenti

    btolenti 1/2 ton status

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    80 plus the ride.

    No trades, thanks. I just need to get these out of garage.
     
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    how about a pic or two of the blocks?
     
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    btolenti 1/2 ton status

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    you can see them in pic: IM000890.JPG

    I can get a better picture tomorrow afternoon.
     
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    Wish you were closer I could use the Drawtite reciever but I live in AZ.... Where is Gilroy, CA anyway? But I'll bump ya to the top anyway....
     
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    I assume the hitch is for an 80s blazer?
     
  17. btolenti

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    It's off my 86. But according to drawtite, it should fit any 73-91....it's the same part number for all year blazers.

    You can check their site at:

    http://www.drawtite-hitches.com/
     
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    btolenti 1/2 ton status

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    TTT, still have all of this available! Make offers!
     
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    Wish you were closerI need a reciever hitch, but greyhound says it would cost 66 dollars to ship it without the weight of the ball and reciever..... Good luck...
     
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    I remeber saying you could have mine :D
     

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