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Parts for sale and deliverable to Portland in April

Discussion in 'Pacific Region' started by mountainexplorer, Feb 22, 2006.

  1. mountainexplorer

    mountainexplorer 1/2 ton status

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    Here's a bunch of stuff I'll probably be selling off. In April, I can deliver most of this stuff to the Portland area. Most of this is for sale to raise fuel money to get to the Swap Meet and back.

    GM 14 bolt full-floater 3/4 ton rear end, 8-lug, complete drum to drum, $150.

    Part-time conversion for NP203 T-case, comes with housing and good chain (was a good working 203 but the range box and adapter got used for a doubler). Everything except the range box for $50. (chain, housing, shifter forks, tailhousing with part-time kit.

    1976-1980 K5 Blazer top $30.

    1973-1975 K5 Blazer top $35.

    Steel bellhousing for SM465 manual transmission $20; aluminum bellhousing $20

    Hydraulic bellhousing for SM465, bellhousing only (no other parts available), came out of an '88 Suburban, $85.

    SM420 4spd 2wd tranny, $ any small fuel donation of your choice.

    Tranny to T-case adapters: SM465 to 208 $25; TH350 to 208 $25; 700R4 to 208 $25; TH400 to 208 $35; TH350 to 203- any offer

    Pair of rear barn doors off 1974 Suburban, no dents, one small rust spot inside, but not bad. Otherwise in good shape $80 for both with mounting hardware.

    Suburban rear tailgate with glass and manual rolldown, off a 1976, not perfect cosmetically but worked good, $25.

    Roll bar for 1973-1975 K5 Blazer $50.

    1973-1980 hood, $15

    Rear slider window for 1973-1987 truck cab $10

    Light blue dash pad in good shape for 1973-1980 $65 (hard to find these not cracked)

    SBC stock intake manifolds, exhaust manifolds, free with small fuel donation.

    Misc rear drivelines, some with 1350 ends and slip yokes, carrier bearing styles, open to offers depending on what you need.

    Dana 44 and 10-bolt front axleshafts, inner and outer, pass and drivers sides. Open to offers.

    Chrome SM465 shifter $15

    Frame mount hitch, bolts onto truck frames. Takes a 2" square tube stinger. Not sure on it's capacity. $40.

    Hitch for Suburban $40

    some 52" and 56" rear springs $20/pair

    Steering boxes $20 each

    Hydroboost brake booster and lines $75

    1973-1980 front bumper with painted steel grille guard/brush guard $50

    Straight bare Dana 44 and 10-bolt front housing, free with small fuel donation

    Fan shroud (one piece) for tall 4-core radiator and big block motor in a '73-'80 truck, $20.

    1983 Chevy Scottsdale 3/4 ton 4x4 with 6.2 Diesel, 92,000 original miles, SM465 4spd, NP205, 14-bolt full-floater rear, 10-bolt front, 4.10 gears, 3" lift. In the past year: new high torque starter, recently replaced injectors, alternator, glow plugs. Body pretty straight, needs front right fender and trim replaced. Comes with spare fender. $1900



    And here's stuff WANTED: Things friends of mine will be looking to buy when they are down with me.

    Accessories: Cab Sun Visors/Moon Visors, other bolt on accessories, steps, etc.

    Complete 454

    Good seat for a 1967-1972 truck

    motor parts: aluminum intakes, SBC or BBC gear drives, Edelbrock carb, roller rockers.
     
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  2. colbystephens

    colbystephens 1 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    if i recall correctly - suburban tail gates do not fit blazers, right?
     
  3. mountainexplorer

    mountainexplorer 1/2 ton status

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    They are different.

    I might have one for a K5 if I don't end up using it on my '84.
     
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    might be interested in the SM465/208 adapter. Let me check something and I'll get back to you....
     
  5. kennyw

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    Maybe we should make this the offical Portland Swap Meet thread... I have a ton of extra stuff I'm gonna sort thru this weekend and make up a new list...
     
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    colbystephens 1 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    let me know. my buddy needs a new tailgate - his electic one is a pita.
     
  7. mountainexplorer

    mountainexplorer 1/2 ton status

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    Oh ok, you need a manual crank one. The K5 tailgate I have for the spare is electric.

    If anyone else is going to the swap meet, or wants to barter/sell stuff beforehand, post up. I'm planning on going down there a few days beforehand to have time to take care of non-swap meet deals (and to ensure I get there on time- not taking 15 hours and hopefully I won't go through 20 quarts of oil and have to replace a timing chain again)
     
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    actually, i think he'd be more inclined to the electric one if yours works well. I said manual just because they're easier to maintain. maybe he should just rebuild his motor - idk. in anycase, let me know when the time gets closer. i'll let him know about this. :)
     
  9. 89-Blazer

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    Are the 10 bolt axle shafts 28 or 30 spline? If they're 30's I might be interested in those.

    Mike
     
  10. mountainexplorer

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    Ok, my trip to Portland is fast approaching, possibly as soon as Monday the 3rd or Tuesday the 4th.

    I'll have to check on the shafts I have and see what they are.

    I'll update and add a few things here soon.
     
  11. K5Kell

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    Those SBC exhaust manifolds wouldnt be from a '87-'91 blazer would they?
    -Kell-
     
  12. mountainexplorer

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    Sorry, those are all mid 70's ones that I have.
     
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    Watch for the muzzleflash!
    And the wife said no more hardtops, I was creating a santuary...
     
  14. mountainexplorer

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    Haha. Did you ever use that one?
     
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    i could always use another set of 56s. You're coming by anyway to grab those tires/wheels right?

    j
     
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    I almost forgot about those wheels. I think I only have 1-ton 56's left, but thats what you wanted anyways, right?
     
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    jekbrown I am CK5 Premium Member GMOTM Winner Author

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    only difference is that 1-tons have more leafs right? Thats fine, I'm all about custom packs anway. :thumb: So long as the main leaf isn't pitted all to heck, I want 'em. :thumb:

    j
     
  18. mountainexplorer

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    What were the 56's for? I pulled one set out of a truck last weekend (only took like 3 hrs :doah: ), and have one more pair to pull out of a 1-ton Crew Cab before I leave.

    I have you needing a pair and one other person, so I don't know which of you want what pair.
     
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    they will be going in my K5, of course. Front or rear depends on how good'a shape the main leaf is in...

    j
     
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    Ok, for some reason I was thinking you wanted others for the 2wd truck. I'll just have you look at them and pick out. You get first pick.
     

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