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Old March 28th, 2010, 09:37 PM   #1
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1977 D44 half ton axle, with 8 lug outers. 4.56 gears/welded
198x D60 full floater, 8 lug. 4.56 gears/Detroit Locker

stock shafts in both, front set up for coils, rear is stock leaves. comes with front calipers and pads. drums on the rear. Home made truss on both. will be stripped of all brackets on front except for coil mounts. rear will be stripped of all brackets except for leaf perches.

these axles arent mine, but if you have any questions ill get the answer.

looking to get 600.



looks like my pic failed... ill work on gettin another.

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Old March 28th, 2010, 09:51 PM   #2
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Is that truss welded to the center section or is it just the shitty pic?
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it is a shitty pic... but i will see it in person tomorrow and find out.
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1977 D44 half ton axle, with 8 lug outers. 4.56 gears/welded
198x D60 full floater, 8 lug. 4.56 gears/Detroit Locker

stock shafts in both, front set up for coils, rear is stock leaves. comes with front calipers and pads. drums on the rear. Home made truss on both. will be stripped of all brackets on front except for coil mounts. rear will be stripped of all brackets except for leaf perches.

these axles arent mine, but if you have any questions ill get the answer.

looking to get 600.



looks like my pic failed... ill work on gettin another.
what did these come out of ?
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Old March 28th, 2010, 10:01 PM   #6
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highly doubt they came out of a 3/4 ton ford with coil springs in the front and all the link mounts and trusses..
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highly doubt they came out of a 3/4 ton ford with coil springs in the front and all the link mounts and trusses..
the front was a half ton out of my old 77. the rear was the original in the 3/4 ton ford wich was originally a 2wd truck, that was made into a 4wd rig. custom. it had no links on it. the front was a cobble job of radius arm contraption. the rear was leaf but had traction bars on it. thats what i was sayin in the first post about all the unneeded mounts will be gone. theres a lot of stuff on there thats not needed.
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the front was a half ton out of my old 77. the rear was the original in the 3/4 ton ford wich was originally a 2wd truck, that was made into a 4wd rig. custom. it had no links on it. the front was a cobble job of radius arm contraption. the rear was leaf but had traction bars on it. thats what i was sayin in the first post about all the unneeded mounts will be gone. theres a lot of stuff on there thats not needed.

thats what i needed to know thanks buddy. to wide for what i need gotta find another 44 to put under another b2 thought it might of been set up for a narrower rig instead of fullsize.
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thats what i needed to know thanks buddy. to wide for what i need gotta find another 44 to put under another b2 thought it might of been set up for a narrower rig instead of fullsize.
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bump. new pics coming soon to a post near you
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im intersted. i need pics first
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so are they runnable as they sit besides brackets? thing of going full width under the explanger. I'd have to unload the axle under it first.
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so are they runnable as they sit besides brackets? thing of going full width under the explanger. I'd have to unload the axle under it first.
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Your pics are gone, I assume the D44 is a Ford drivers drop?
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yes High Pinion, Drivers side drop
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