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I have a HP d 44 that is missing from the spindle out. Everything else is there (housing, 3.54(?) gears, carrier, inners and outers, caliper brackets, etc.) I do have the stock spindles but they are a little beat. I just picked this up but changed my mind and am thinking another direction. I'm asking $150 OBO and I'm in Fresno. And this is the housing that the Cs can be easily cut off.
 

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PASS OR DRIVER SIDE DROP?

wms? oR WHAT IS IT FROM OR INTENDED FOR?

SPRUNG UNDER OR OVER?

PICS?

THANKS!
 

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Not sure what the WMS is since it was missing rotors when I got it. I believe it is from a F-250 since I've heard that only the F-250's had the welded on C brackets. It is a Driver drop. It was from a Ford and was coil sprung. Again the C brackets are of the type that can be cut off easily! My assumption is '78 or '79 Ford pickup.
 

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Might ship in pieces but don't have time to make up a pallot and deal with it all. If you are going to cut the tubes anyway, let me know and maybe we can work it out.
 

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Where are you at in Fresno.

I'd like to come take a look.

I'll PM you.

Thanks, Daniel
 

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I'm at Palm and Shields. I work on the north end of town but I'm usually home around 4:30.
 

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part it?

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Not sure what the WMS is since it was missing rotors when I got it. I believe it is from a F-250 since I've heard that only the F-250's had the welded on C brackets. It is a Driver drop. It was from a Ford and was coil sprung. Again the C brackets are of the type that can be cut off easily! My assumption is '78 or '79 Ford pickup.
F-250's were leaf sprung. '78-'79 Full-size Bronco's had cast-in brackets...so what you've got it most probably from a '78 or '79 F150. If you're interested in parting it out, I could sure use just one of the spindles.
 

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What is it ?

Have you decided what you have ?
78-79 will have cast outers with integrated "C's", whichare not desirable for swaping into any vehicle that does not use the c-bushings.
77 and earlier housings use steel tubes with the "C" brackets welded on to the tube. 76-77 axles will have disks.

Do you have a 76-77 or a 78-79 ?

F250's will be leaf sprung and low pinion...

If it is a 77 or earlier, I have a buyer that will pick up.

Let me know...

kris.
 

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Not positive on year as I don't do Ford stuff. It has the "Cs" welded to the tubes, not cast. It was a disc braked axle as I have the caliper mounts that came off it. PM me if he's serious and I'll get ya my phone number.
 

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Can you get me the Bill Of Materials number off of it? I can tell you exactly what it is from. And if you want to part it, I'll take the caliper brackets & backing plates if you still have them.
 

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I think the BOM is 6100024 1R

At this point I'm not going to part it. I'll keep ya in mind if I decide to though.
 
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