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Just checking interest level, If I had a junkyard condition D44 out of a 78/79 Bronco. And if it were complete from the radius arm brackets to the top of the coil springs, drag link, calipers, hubs, rotors (rusty) how much could I get for it? Say I could deliver it within 100 mi of Raleigh...$500? This is the axle I want, but the only way I can afford to do my swap is buy it and flip it for a profit, and hope for another nice one to come around. I think its a 3.55 open, but thats pure speculation. the truck has a door sticker but nothing is listed under AXLE.
 

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Thats great, and thats roughly what i'm getting this one for, however someone who doesn't want the trouble of getting one form a junkyard might want this one.....p.s. this is the to your door price. I would take it my self in a heart beat. I have looked all over Raleigh metro and this is the best axlerice, I found. The only way I can do my swap is to find another person who needs an axle so I can recoup some cost. I am not trying to be a rip off. I am just seeing if my economics will work out.
 

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o.k. In the meanwhile, you above people sell your crap in another thread. Otherwise let this post filter down. I dont hijack other people's thread, so show some respect. If somebody wants what I may be selling PM them. I had some respect for this forum, until I posted this. DAYUM!!!


ps. {flame suit on}
 

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I'm sorry to come across as a jerk, it's tough to put proper tone in a post.


"badass isnt being a dick (well, no more than usual) he was just telllin you the truth. he sells more axles than anyone here, he should know."

That's why I didn't apreciate him trying to sell his axles in my thread.

As for my price, it is negotiable. I was up front with my offer. I am not going to keep a secret. and as for the higher than normal price, I had to go to 15 salvage yards before I found this one. and most yards want $300-450. there may be alot of rusty 4x4's in the north, but they are harder to find in the southest. not to mention that due to enviromental laws most places have crushed out all their 80's and earlier stuff. Sorry to ruffle all your feathers.
 
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