Its a D44 TTB (twin traction beam or twin I beam) set up. Not worth a whole lot compared to a solid axle dana 44. It may have been swapped, but most likely not.
The d44 TTB expect maybe $50-$100, for the solid axle I'd say worth could be anywhere from $50-$400 or more depending on if anything aftermarket.
***This is the TTB***
***This is the solid Axle***
$100 for the front axle, most likely the rear is a 8.8.so best case, $100 for each axle? or is that $100 for both? How would I tell if it was a solid axle Dana 44?
I used to part out niche type cars and make some extra $$ but I can tell you parting out vehicles and getting good prices is hard to do with the economy. It has been on a 2 or 3 year down turn. With increased shipping costs it got hard enough to make good $$ that I gave up.
FWIW I just picked up an entire front 44 TTB from an 86 Bronco lockout to lockout for 40 bucks. And was given a 8.8 with broken spiders inside the open carrier.
I'm not so much trying to make money in the long term, I would just like to recoup some money from buying an entire poorly running rusty a$$ bronco for parts. $400.oo isnt too bad considering the parts I am going to use and if I can make some money off the parts I dont need great. On top of that I will have a significant stock of spares. Two trucks to make one isnt the correct way to do it but in this case it works.