Nope. I have an 05+ D60 currently...Brian destroyed his front 14b at Rush so it needed to be rebuilt. I bought a junkyard axle to cut the C's off of, and I have all the other parts from the axle available. The only parts he wants to keep are unit bearings and C's. Knuckles, shafts, center section, etc are all for sale / tradeWrong thread. 10 min. penalty.
So you are doing a front axle change on the jeep?
Cool about the Rush Offroad win!
Yea, I get that. It’s a dedicated trail rig with a hand me down Ultra4 drivetrain in it. And that’s basically what I was thinking for a price, so that’s good. I also have a slew of spare parts that can go / stay to swing the price a couple thousand too. Wheels, tires, spare 6.0, multiple sets of axle shafts, etc.You have nice parts on it but the way you have cut up the body will reduce it's value a lot unless your buyer only wants an open hard core trail rig. My guess would be $12-15k
Finally did this. Tore it down 3rd week or April and it sat until Sunday night. Between Sunday night and Monday night I did head gaskets. Fixed my overheating issues. I had no symptoms of head gasket failures, but after two water pumps, two t stats, and two radiators it was the only thing left to do.I’m going to do heads and head gaskets Thursday night as a last ditch effort. If that doesn’t work, it’s going to sit until I finish my 6.0.
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