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Old July 15th, 2009, 12:17 PM   #5
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I found this on Craigslist today:

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Date: 2009-07-15, 12:07PM EDT

I have dozens of rear axles mostly for pickups, a few vans, Broncos etc. Call me or e-mail me with your needs. I sell Texas rust free truck parts for General Motors, Ford, Dodge & Jeep, so call us at 810-724-2357 or e-mail with your requests. Check out our inventory at Some of our stock includes:

Ford Axles

1998, rear axle, 308 gear with drum brakes, 62000 miles, fits 97 - 99

1986, 3/4 ton, 8 lug, 353 gear ratio, open differential

1970, 9 inch, 28 spline, 273 gear ratio, open differential

1999, F150 rear axle in good condition, disc brakes, 355 gear ratio with speed sensor, tag #S829A. Axle has 2 new axle shafts and wheel bearings.

1997, F150 rear axle assembly with speed sensors, 3.08 gear ratio, drum brakes.

1999 Ford Superduty rear axle, 3.73 gear ratio, disc brakes, speed sensor is no good.

1999 Ford Superduty front axle, 3.73 gear ratio, disc brakes.
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