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Old 01-21-2006, 10:09 AM   #1
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- I am looking for a pair of 3/4 ton full-width axles ( Dana 44 or Corp 10-bolt front, passenger drop ) ( Corp 14-bolt or Dana 60 rear ) with at least 4.10's. Lower would be better ( ideally, 4.56 or 4.8. I'd like to buy a pair but I will buy individual axles if the price is fair. Flat top knuckles on the front ( if its a Dana44....no pre 72's with drum brakes! ) would also be helpful.

- I am searching for '73-'91 solid axle 8",10",or 12" front springs and depending on what I end up with I will need temporary steering correction until I buy crossover components later on. [COLOR="Red"]raised steering arms and dropped drag links are the ticket for now, so if you have new or used ones lying around lemme know.

- 38 to 40" tires/rims.....in good shape with decent tread ( 65% or better ). No all-terrains or radials guys. I may be interested in a set or Ground Hawgs but other than that, swampers, and the louder the better!


- steering box braces and plates for '73-'91 Gm solid axle trucks.

- 4",6" or 8" rear '73-'91 springs

The truck is a bone stock '91 1500 Suburban ( TBI 350-700R4-NP241 ) that I am getting ready to tear into


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Old 01-21-2006, 10:47 AM   #2
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Well instead of running 12" lift springs (no flex, rough ride) would you be interested in a set of 52" springs for the front (read in the tech about them.) They include an add-a-leaf and I have a set of 56" springs for the rear, also read about them in the tech section. If so I would like $75 for the set of 4. I am over in Quitman too and could probably get them to Dallas for you.
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Are you selling the 10 bolt out of the back of it? I am looking at getting a Z71 that needs a rear end......wanna work out something?
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I have what your looking for give me a call on my cell 1-937-538-1650 and I tell you prices and maybe even deliver my name is brad thanks.
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need temporary steering correction until I buy crossover components later on. raised steering arms are the ticket for now, so if you have new or used ones lying around lemme know.

- steering box braces and plates for '73-'91 Gm solid axle trucks.
I have a raised steering arm for D44/GM10 front axle - $20 + ship

Make your own steering brace, not that hard.
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can't find the tech artical on it Thumper. Try posting a link to it. Yes I will let the 10 bolt go for practically nothing, the trick is to have a 14-bolt or Dana 60 mounted up and the truck driving before I get it to you

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Just dig around in the suspension section and you will see threads about 52" spring swap and 56" spring swap. I am in no hurry on the rear.....it will be after tax season before I get it anyway. What gears does it have in it? What will you want for it??
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Old 01-30-2006, 03:12 AM   #10
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10-bolt

Like I messaged you earlier, the only info I have found so far were the numbers " OS 38 " alongside the numbers " 26007927 " on the face of the rear diff cover. I'll try searching the VIN.


If you're within reasonable driving distance you can have the whole axle for $25
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