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Trying to sell stuff in a hurry again

Discussion in 'Pacific Region' started by mountainexplorer, Dec 10, 2004.

  1. mountainexplorer

    mountainexplorer 1/2 ton status

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    Got some money deadlines that are here now... have to sell something soon.

    '78 K5 Blazer, 350, runs and drives, needs flexplate $800.
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    '79 Shortbed Fleetside truck 4x4, good 350, Edelbrock intake, headers, 3" body lift, hitch, automatic, $1350.
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    TH350 K-case tranny and NP205 T-case (1980 version), with adapter and shifter, torque convertor, and crossmember, $400.

    SM465 4spd and NP205 with adapter, shifters, bellhousing, 350 flywheel, crossmember, and pedals, $325.

    8-lug outer conversion... spindles, backing plates, hub assemblies, rotors, calipers and locking hubs, $150.

    Complete 454 motor, 1983 truck 2-bolt main, complete longblock with water pump and alternator brackets, stock intake and oil pan/valve covers. Was a good runner, but must sell as a core, $650.

    1973-1980 hood $20

    Hydroboost brake booster and master cylinder with lines $85. (1979)

    I already have a buyer for this, but may be for sale if the deal doesnt go through: 1970 K5 Blazer 4x4, 350, Edelbrock intake, Holley 650, TH350/205, 12 bolt rear, 44 front, converted to front disc brakes, body rough, motor tired. But does run. Main Body damage: drivers front corner. Some rust. Interior is bare bones. $1350.
     
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    shane74 1/2 ton status

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    What year axle is this off of?
     
  3. mountainexplorer

    mountainexplorer 1/2 ton status

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    Thats a good question. :D

    Of the history of the parts... somewhere between '74 and '80. I had them on my '75 K5 for a while, then went to a 60, and was going to use the 8-lug stuff for my '72 utilizing a '77 housing with 4.56 gears out of '68.

    All confusingness aside, the backing plates are the style with the tin dust shields (not the full solid one piece ones). The spindles are for the larger bearings (being 3/4 ton), the hub assemblies are the necked down ones for the internal style hubs, and the hubs are internal style regular Warn hubs. Calipers are... either '74 or '77.
     
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    JDBlazer454 1/2 ton status

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    Also about the 8 lug outer stuff is it for a Dana 44?

    If so would I be able to make it work on a 3/4 ton 10 bolt front end? I need matching spindles so I can put in my manual hubs and get my 4wd working on my 75.

    Thanks :D
     
  6. mountainexplorer

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    It's off a Dana 44, but as far as I know, should bolt to a 10 bolt as well. I've interchanged parts between the two before... I think. Can't remember which way though.
     
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    should work if you have the spindles to match
     
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    Thats what I think too just making sure, darn cold medicine makes me forgetful :p: I knew the hubs where interchangable but wasn't sure of the spindles and such. Let me think about it.
     

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