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Discussion in 'Pacific Region' started by Muddytazz, Feb 2, 2005.

  1. Muddytazz

    Muddytazz 1 ton status

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    81-91 chevy hood....$50

    very good 3-core gm rad....$50

    73-80 inner fenders...$10 each

    Misc door hinges, some good some need new bushings...$10 per doors worth

    D44 calipers....$25

    73-80 lower valance(piece below the grill)...$25

    Superwinch internal lockouts....$50

    10b spindles and hubs...make offer

    10b front open carrier....$35

    10b front 3.08 R&P....$35

    12 3.08 R&P....$35

    12b open carrier....$35
     
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    radiator

    what kinda shape is it in, and is it compatible with my blazer? how many core and is it rusy/leaking etc, i live in wa.
     
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    I might be able to use those D44 calipers.... trying to remember what years are supposed to work with my ff14b disc brake brackets....grrr...

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    These calipers are off a 77 D44.
     
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    Jason, any 1/2 ton or 3/4 ton from 1973-87 (91) will work. Only difference is the size of the brake hose fitting. Dana 44's typically have std thread and 10 bolts typically have metric thread.
     
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    And I just realized I have a set of D44 and 10bolt calipers, so take your pick :D
     
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    Thanks Kenny! :)

    as far as I know, the brake lines in the rear of my rig are standard... might have to double check that though. How do these calipers look? are we talkin "been sittin' in the backyard at the beach house for 20 years!" or...? :D

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    pm me your address again and I'll send ya some pics really quick.
     
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    Doesn't matter what you have on the rear for brake lines right now, your gonna need to add rubber hoses to the ends of the steel line to allow the movement of the caliper. You just need to know which style hose to buy based on what caliper you get.
     
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    well, it would matter if I didn't wanna have both standard and metric fittings on my rear brake lines... wouldnt it? I mean, i know you can get hoses with any kind of fittings on either end, but I want all standard or all metric... none of this mixed units crap. Thats stuff is annoying! :)

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    Easiest way to tell this....your K5 was originally had 85 brake lines correct? If your still running those lines, then they are the metric fittings, but if you are running the 14FF lines or you completely replaced the lines all together, then you'll have to find that out.
     
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    The only part that is metric is the banjo bolt... rest is all NPT thread. The metric hoses go from the metric banjo bolt to a NPT thread already (like on your front brakes). It's not a big deal unless you already bought the hoses. Though you might want to try to match what you have on the front axle :grin:
     

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