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Old September 16th, 2011, 07:46 PM   #1
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Default Front 60 (SOLD) and Rear 60 ($250)

Front Dana 60 out of an 86 Dodge w/4.10 gears
Kingpin rebuild kit
Springless High Steer Arms, ARP Studs.
All new wheel bearings, seals and spindle studs
Needs wheel studs, rotors, calipers, and pads (still have original and may be useable but I wanted to replace everything)
Full 1-ton steering not setup yet.

Rear Dana 60 w/4.10 gears
All new wheel bearings, seals, spindle studs.
Disc brake conversion not installed, includes new rotors, calipers, pads, braided stainless brake lines.
2 full sets of shafts.

Both gear sets are factory installed and bearings are still good. Will need new fluids and gaskets on the pumpkins. The axles for the most part have been stripped down and repainted with primer then black.

I still have the original wheel studs, front rotors and front calipers. I'm sure you could run a die over the studs and clean the threads up and use them but I personally like to replace everything like that when rebuilding. The rotors are covered in surface rust and not sure if they are salvageable or not. The calipers are good for cores.

$1100/obo for both axles and all parts Now $850 and willing to deliver within reason for gas money.

Willing to trade for a 5.3l/6.0l w/ auto tranny or car hauler for a Jeep (bumper pull).
More trade options in post #56
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No cash changed hands in previous deal and no clue when it will so they are back up. Make me a good offer. Need these gone ASAP.

***Front sold. Rear still available for $250***

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Old September 16th, 2011, 08:11 PM   #2
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Awesome deal on some 60's. If you've never priced these rebuild parts you'd be amazed.

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Old September 16th, 2011, 08:55 PM   #3
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Awesome deal on some 60's. If you've never priced these rebuild parts you'd be amazed.

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Just in new parts alone without shipping was about $900. That like getting the axles for $200!
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damn if i had an extra 1k laying around id be all over these. free bump!
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Old September 17th, 2011, 01:32 PM   #6
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Just to clarify, these are pretty much unassembled right now. One side of the front is put together out to the knuckle and that is it. All of the parts are sitting in a big box still sealed. The gears are still factory installed and I didn't touch those other then to see how the bearings felt etc.
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Old September 17th, 2011, 06:32 PM   #7
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Just in new parts alone without shipping was about $900. That like getting the axles for $200!
I stand corrected, over $1200 in new parts with the rear disc brake parts.
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Springless High Steer Arms

Who made em?
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http://eastcoastgearsupply.com/i-135...r-arm-kit.html
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Nice steer arms

Full 1-ton steering Tell me more, what set up are you running
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1 ton tie rod ends w/ weld in inserts and jam nuts, 1.5" .250 wall DOM tube. It hasn't been setup yet, just sitting in boxes like the rest of the parts. Full crossover.
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Very nice set up all around, a hell of a good deal

I am off to sell a kidney/liver on back page and will be back with you when the anesthesia wears off

Thank's Tim
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Bump. Someone needs some 60s!
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I still have the original wheel studs, front rotors and front calipers. I'm sure you could run a die over the studs and clean the threads up and use them but I personally like to replace everything like that when rebuilding. The rotors are covered in surface rust and not sure if they are salvageable or not. The calipers are good for cores.
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Kidney/Liver Fire Sale fell through, 468 BBC MSD pro billet 6al box breathes fire spits 14 bolts out for lunch, sound like something you would like to own vs those pesky heavy axle parts n stuff you got in your way that I would gladly come help load in the back of my truck and replace those trip hazards with a nice clean 468 BBC that would impress friends and family with your brilliant negotiating skills

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Kidney/Liver Fire Sale fell through, 468 BBC MSD pro billet 6al box breathes fire spits 14 bolts out for lunch, sound like something you would like to own vs those pesky heavy axle parts n stuff you got in your way that I would gladly come help load in the back of my truck and replace those trip hazards with a nice clean 468 BBC that would impress friends and family with your brilliant negotiating skills

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Little bit too big for my purpose. Now however, I'd be interested in working out a trade for a 6.0l or a 5.3l with a 4l60e or 4l80e.
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I'd be interested in working out a trade for a 6.0l or a 5.3l with a 4l60e or 4l80e.

5.3l with a 4l60e is a possibility 2x or 4x transmission
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I'd be interested in working out a trade for a 6.0l or a 5.3l with a 4l60e or 4l80e.

5.3l with a 4l60e is a possibility 2x or 4x transmission
I'll send you a PM after I get some sleep. Just got off work.
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