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Old April 12th, 2009, 06:13 AM   #1
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I have a set on NT one piece axle shafts up for sale. These only don't even have a 1000 miles on them. I just got a Dana 44 and have no use for them.

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Im lookin for a set of axle shafts for a amc 20 that has offset pig will yours work?
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Old April 13th, 2009, 12:07 PM   #4
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Im lookin for a set of axle shafts for a amc 20 that has offset pig will yours work?
The AMC 20 offset axle was made in several variations. You'll need to be more specific about your application.
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I dont know what its out of but the 2 piece shaft on the right is 22" from end to end & about 17"from out side of the bearing to the end ofthe splined end
I think the axle is out of a mid to late 70s cj7

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mine are as listed
Drivers Side is from end of splines to outside of bearing is 21in.
Pass. Side is from end of splines to outside of bearing is 24in.
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The AMC 20 offset axle was made in several variations. You'll need to be more specific about your application.
No, it wasn't. It only came in one offset variant - the NT version used in Quadratrac CJ's.



The shafts listed here are from a centered NT C20. The important piece of missing info is what brand they are.
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