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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by cbbr, Jan 18, 2005.
I can't tell. Anyone???
That's what I was hoping. I'll be watching. Thanks.
Im going to say it should since its not blazer but i couldnt make them out to be sure, and iv allready been wrong once tonite so who knows
Check out the auctions at Camp Shelby near Hattiesburg, MS. There are two on that block. Goes sometime in Feb. Wpould do a clicky but haven't figured it out yet.
Thanks for the tip. I'm trying to find a 14bff and hoping that Uncle Sam has a deal.
those all have 6.2's in them also don't they?
hell if it wasent in tx i would be bidding
They have 6.2's, but I reallly don't need a 6.2. If I get one maybe someone will want a real cheap 6.2. Most of the ones that I have been watching would need a lot of service either way. I think that they also have 205's and TH400's, but I could be wrong. Maybe someone would be interested in going in for the stuff other than the axles, which is what I am interested in???
I wish I could. Stoopid divorce and being broke... I need a 400/205 for my 82 for a future 4x4 conversion. Heck could even use a 6.2 to be around for a diesel conversion too.
Most have TH 400s and 208s.
I am pretty sure that it doesnt have a dana 60 because the weight on all military chevy trucks that came with 1 ton gear all weigh in around 8500-8800. Plus there are quite a few trucks on that site right now that are 3/4 ton mil trucks, they come with a front 10 bolt and rear 14 bff. Notice this truck weights 7300???? definitely not a 1 ton. The 3/4 are rare but there seems to be alot on there right now. The only diff is the front axle. The also all come with th400/np208s EXCEPT the m1008a/ m1028(ambulance) which come with th400/np205.
That IS a 1 ton. And it DOES have a D60. I, along with a few others on here, was in the Army and driven/seen them myself.
Sure wish I know how to bid on there because it is only 45 minutes from home but it also sucks that I am in College Station till classes are over tomorrow.
All you have to do to bid is register. Registration is free. Enter a credit card number (required) and if you win it is automatically charged. Very simple process.
The auctions are not like eBay in that they don't end if a bid is made in the last 15 minutes. They are extended for 15 minutes until no further bids are entered.
Then just pick up your stuff within a couple of weeks. If you have any questions, feel free to PM me.
im going to second this. the truck that my d44 came out of was just like this one and it had a 14sf in the rear. not saying im positive but not all militarys had d60s.
Im not really sure what it has, but for $1500 thay can keep it. I am sure that I can do better than that close to home.
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