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  1. Ford
    So if you look at my Avatar, you'll see a 2002 F150 lifted 14 in. I was told when I bought it that it has F250 axles. The Abs sensors for the front were zip-tied up in the engine bay and aren't long enough to reach the rotor. Even when I disconnect the engine side of the wire there is no bolt...
  2. Axles/Tires/Wheels For Sale
    Built Jeep TJ Dana 30, Ford 8.8, wheels, 35s, and upgraded steering. Everything you need to run 35s on your TJ and get it ready for the trail. Just bolt in and go wheel! Why build your own axles when you could buy a bolt in set for less? These are a nice set of axles and tires for your TJ and...
    $2,850 USD
  3. Axles/Tires/Wheels For Sale
    6 Ford Dana 60 complete axles, all are factory 3.73. 4 axles are 2008-2010 (radius arm) super duty and 2 are 2002-2004 (leaf sprung) super duty. $350/each, shipping available.
  4. Axles/Tires/Wheels For Sale
    78-79 fullsize bronco dana 44 and 9" rear, believe the axle ratio is 3.00 but not sure. Axles are completely stock and are still in the vehicle, they will need cleaned up. Shipping available at extra cost, willing to sell separately. $500 for the dana 44, $300 for the 9", $700 for the set.
  5. Chevy
    Alright, I’d really appreciate any advice I can get. I have a 1965 Chevy k10, Dana 44 front, gm 12 bolt rear. I’m looking at swapping a 14 bolt corporate and a Dana 60 underneath this truck. I already have wheels for this truck and they are 6x5.5 bolt pattern with a 4.177 hub bore, so they will...
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