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Old 03-09-2011, 06:32 PM
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What's a good $ for 60 and 10 1/4

Found a set of axles for sale just trying to see what u guys pay for these both are out of a 97 350 and they r still under the truck. All the parts r there but I have to pull out.
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idk 600 bucks? the rear isnt worth a whole lot unless its for the right person. The front is worth 500 since it probably needs rebuilt
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Old 03-10-2011, 05:29 PM
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Well I was looking at 60 for 800 or both for 1200 I thought that was high. That's why I asked. I will keep looking. I thought the price for the 60 was a good price it is in good shape and ready to bolt in and go but he wants way to much for the rear. Thanks for the reply
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Old 03-10-2011, 05:36 PM
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yeah, Id scoop the 60 for that if its bolt in
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I forgot to mention why I need both axles they have 3.55 and mine have 4.10. I think may be lower.
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depends where you are... supply and demand. i see the fronts go for 850 -1100 here.. when i bought my set from a guy in san antonio a few years ago i paid 950 for front and rear.. ended up selling rear for 150. the front needed to be freshened up.
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Lafayette la 3 hours from Houston
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I paid $1200.00 for just the front 60 a year ago. Needed it to replace my second broken independant, wasn't going for a third. Bone yard said it had roughly 85,000 miles on it. Cleaned it up and checked everything, all looked good. Put new fluid in and bolted it in. Have roughly 26,000 on it so far and no problems. Had to replace my son's rear (don't ask.....lol) and that was $500.00 complete. If your looking for speed, stay with the 4:10, fuel and heavy towing, the 3:56 is great. I run the 3:56 and average 20 mpg even while towing 10,000 lbs on the highway. My son runs the 4:10 and has a deffinite advantage in the hole shot. I would grab both.
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