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14ff and Dana 44

duece21

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Know somebody who wants to get ride of both, and was just wondering around how much for both? Out of a 3/4 ton burb, don't know what year or condition I will find out tommorrow. If you guys could give me a general idea of what to pay going from fair cond to good cond. I think it has 3.73's.

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4xcrazy

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Geez, i'd say maybe atthe most $500 for both, heck i can pick 14bff's out here all day long for $150 /forums/images/graemlins/yikes.gif
 

Beast388

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I paid $150 for my Dana 44 & 14BFF combo. But, they required a complete rebuild. /forums/images/graemlins/yikes.gif /forums/images/graemlins/waytogo.gif
 

heavy4x4

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I paid $300 for that exact combo out of a '79 K20 pickup.
All the rear needed was wheel cylinders and a fluid change.
The front needed new ball-joints, rotors and wheelstuds, u-joints, fluid change, and hub seals.
So...keep all that in mind when he gives you a price.
 

Muddytazz

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I paid $400 for my combo with 4.10's and nothing was needed, but i completely rebuilt them anyways
 
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