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Old March 11th, 2011, 04:02 PM   #1
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Yeah, tried searching for sold D44s. A lot of fun...

Have a '78-79 Ford D44 (wedge, 5x5.5 pattern) with 4.56 gears and Aussie locker(installed but never used). It has good brakes, joints, and a Cage Offroad drag and steering links. All with 5/8" or 3/4" heims. Have boxed and extended radius arms with some decent sized heims on it. Half shafts need rebuilt.

Would have crossmember, f250 coil and spring buckets, and 6.5" Superlift lift springs. Plus a 3" drop pitman arm that would fit just about any Ford steering box. Everything after being put together has about 1,000 miles of street use on it. Currently on a '96 Bronco, so direct bolt in to any ttb Bronco/F150 and most F250s.

Basically its a complete solid axle swap for a full size ford. Easily be adapted to other trucks like rangers, explorers, ect.

What would this be worth if I decided to just get rid of it?
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Old March 11th, 2011, 07:59 PM   #2
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My guess is to the right person you could get 800 for it. But with the way things go i would say 500 is a good selling price. Ill bet parting it out would make the most money.
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Old March 12th, 2011, 04:29 PM   #3
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Yeah, tried searching for sold D44s. A lot of fun...

Have a '78-79 Ford D44 (wedge, 5x5.5 pattern) with 4.56 gears and Aussie locker(installed but never used). It has good brakes, joints, and a Cage Offroad drag and steering links. All with 5/8" or 3/4" heims. Have boxed and extended radius arms with some decent sized heims on it. Half shafts need rebuilt.

Would have crossmember, f250 coil and spring buckets, and 6.5" Superlift lift springs. Plus a 3" drop pitman arm that would fit just about any Ford steering box. Everything after being put together has about 1,000 miles of street use on it. Currently on a '96 Bronco, so direct bolt in to any ttb Bronco/F150 and most F250s.

Basically its a complete solid axle swap for a full size ford. Easily be adapted to other trucks like rangers, explorers, ect.

What would this be worth if I decided to just get rid of it?
Let me know if you part it out. Id be interested in the Aussie.
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Old March 15th, 2011, 08:53 PM   #4
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I am very interested in this if you consider selling it. I have an f150 and have been searching for a D44 with the radius arm setup.
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Yeah, tried searching for sold D44s. A lot of fun...

Have a '78-79 Ford D44 (wedge, 5x5.5 pattern) with 4.56 gears and Aussie locker(installed but never used). It has good brakes, joints, and a Cage Offroad drag and steering links. All with 5/8" or 3/4" heims. Have boxed and extended radius arms with some decent sized heims on it. Half shafts need rebuilt.

Would have crossmember, f250 coil and spring buckets, and 6.5" Superlift lift springs. Plus a 3" drop pitman arm that would fit just about any Ford steering box. Everything after being put together has about 1,000 miles of street use on it. Currently on a '96 Bronco, so direct bolt in to any ttb Bronco/F150 and most F250s.

Basically its a complete solid axle swap for a full size ford. Easily be adapted to other trucks like rangers, explorers, ect.

What would this be worth if I decided to just get rid of it?
F250 coil and spring buckets?
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