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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by twoslo4five0, Feb 11, 2007.

  1. twoslo4five0

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    14bff with 410s and open...used might need some brake work how much would you pay???
     
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    $100-150.

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    I paid $250... would've been less if I had time and tools to pull it out of the junkyard truck, so I just had the guys pull it out for me. I was on the way to work when I came across the 14B.
     
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    so do yall think 230 is a resonable deal???
     
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    In my case, I didn't ask around what the going price was... I got the 14B about 6 months or so before becoming a member here. So I got shafted for that..
    I think in your part of the east coast, I'd pay no more than 150 but it depends on what it already has on it..
     
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    230 is fair. Just make sure it has an open carier so you can put a locker in her without looking for another carier.
     
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    $230 is decent if its local and ready to go. i paid $300 and a 5hr drive each way for 44/14b 4.10s with flattop knuckles, ended up rebuilding, regearing and locking but that was before i was on here.
     
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    I paid $450 for mine, but it had a detroit in it already.
     
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    What he said.
     
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    I paid $100 in Georgia. Was a later year in good shape. I got a case of the dumbarse when I picked it up and did not double check the guy at the yard (he had a bunch of them). I told him I wanted 410s with open diffs. When I got home and opened it up, it had 373s and a GOV Bomber. :crazy:
     

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