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Portland Swap Meet parts for sale

Discussion in 'Pacific Region' started by kennyw, Apr 2, 2006.

  1. kennyw

    kennyw N9PHW Premium Member

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    Looking thru my stock piles today and having a hard time finding anything I don't need/want to keep. Guess that means I'm getting better at not holding onto junk I don't need?

    Anyway, here is what I plan to bring down to the swap meet next weekend and sell:

    NP205 rear fixed yoke parts, output shaft, cast iron housing, 1350 yoke. Missing aluminum seal housing and yoke retainer nut/washer (nut and washer still available from the GM dealer though). $50 SOLD

    Ford NP205, 31 spline input, 32 spline front/rear outputs, drivers drop $150 (didn't get a chance to dig it out of the storage shed so its not going)

    1977 Suburban/crewcab back doors, blue/white $50/pair SOLD at swap meet

    Dana 44 trac loc for 4.10 gears $50 SOLD

    Dana 60 rear axle, 4.10 gears w/powerlock, 31 spline axleshafts, drum brakes, 2 spare axleshafts, 2 spare brake drums $125 SOLD at swap meet

    Dana 60 rear axle disc brake brackets $25

    Hydroboost setup from late '80's 1 ton, pump, hoses, 4x4 steering box, booster and master cyl, o-ring fittings $150 SOLD

    Stake pocket camper tie downs, $15 SOLD

    Quadrajet carbs, 2 good used ones, 1 elect choke, one divorced choke $25 each BOTH SOLD

    Then there will always be a box of odds n ends for cheap...

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    Ford Dana 60 rear axle, 4.10 gears $50 SOLD

    GM 10 bolt front, 3.07 gears $FREE (no outers or axleshafts)

    GM 10 bolt rear, 3.07 gears new brakes and drums $50
     
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  2. mountainexplorer

    mountainexplorer 1/2 ton status

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    Are either of the Quadrajets ones that could be bolted on and run as they are right now?
     
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    kennyw N9PHW Premium Member

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    Yes, both should be good, but I'd say the electric choke carb is the better of the two.
     
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    By "aluminum seal housing" do you mean the bearing retainer? I prolly have one laying in the shop if you wanted your "SYE kit" to be complete.

    the electric choke one, what is it jetted for? I have a 454 in my tow rig...

    j
     
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    kennyw N9PHW Premium Member

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    I have a buyer lined up for the rear output parts, I'll ask him if he needs that part too. I have the cast iron piece that holds the bearing and speedo gear, just missing the aluminum housing on the back of that that retains the bearing and holds the seal.

    Elect choke carb is off of a 305 originaly and now on a 350 and has a sale pending on it. The other one is off of a 454 though and is still available.
     
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    jekbrown I am CK5 Premium Member GMOTM Winner Author

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    what exactly is a "divorced choke"? I thought there were just manual and electric? Maybe I'm just lost on the terminology. lol!

    j
     
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    kennyw N9PHW Premium Member

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    A divorced choke has a small spring loaded housing that sits on the intanke manifold and a short lever to run the choke. It was the stock setup on a 1977 Suburban.
     
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    Any chance you or anyone else going to the Portland meet has a rebuildable 350 for sale?

    My dad's heading down there as well and wouldn't mind picking up another one as a spare for their circle track car.

    $100 seemed to be reasonable to him, unclear if he'd even want heads intake or oil pan, I suspect probably not.
     
  9. mountainexplorer

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    I think Muddtazz had one unless he sold it already.
     
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    PM Jeff, muddytazz. I'm already grabbing some parts from him to drag back anyway. Might have room for a motor... I'll have a Jeep 4 cyl, a D70 dually axle, some springs and what ever I don't sell and/or do buy at the swap meet in the back of my longbed 2wd.
     
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    Hmm... looks like he sold it already.

    If I had more room I'd haul down a 350 I just pulled. Knocked but still ran. Only a 2-bolt main though.
     
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    ttt added more parts
     
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    Yep, I saw his post, that's sort of what triggered me to ask you guys, since you always seem to have something in the works. :)

    If you are still working in Seattle and come across something, let me know, since my dad lives there too.
     
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    kennyw N9PHW Premium Member

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    Your cell phone still working? I could call you if I find something. I'm still working in Seattle.
     
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    kennyw N9PHW Premium Member

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    Also going to be in booth #4305 & 4306 at the PIR racetrack.
     
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    Typo with the 3 and 0. We're 4035 and 4036.
     
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    Well, it's working, but it will get my sister as I'm not in the country now. That's cool though, she could relay the info. :)

    I'll email my dad, see if he gets a chance to see your two booths.
     

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