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    What do ya think its worth?

    So I have an axle in my rig with no miles (Ok maybe 100)


    High pinion passenger drop Dana 60 with a 2000 center section, 5:29's ARB, Older Yukon Shafts New Spicer joints 35 spline Stubs, Brakes are free

    No Knuckles, Spindles, Bearings, Drive Flanges....

    I could keep the stubs they could work in the new build, but I was thinking RCV's

    Trussed, Welded,all the tabs and brackets...Not that all that counts.




    While I'm at it...Passenger drop ATLAS 4 speed with the 5:?? low.




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    #2
    Yo I have no idea what you paid for all the goodies you put into it but as a point of reference a few years ago I sold a pair of differentials from my 86 Chevy m1008 CUCV FOR 3K to a guy from the bay area from an ad I ran in CL.

    BACK in the early 90's i use to buy the same differentials for 1K 250.00 for the 14 bolt and 750.00 for the D60, both with 4:56 gears and the rear with detroit locker and the front at times with limited slip.

    Inflation ?

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      #3
      It's been run. 50% of new at best, and that's parts cost only.

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        #4
        D60 prices are tough now that 05+ axles are so cheap. That being said, there is some value in the Passenger side HP housing. Was it a press and swap tubes or a custom width build?
        88 Ford F-turd50 IDI Crawler

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          #5
          If those were parts I were interested in, I would say $1500 for the axle (missing major parts really hurts the value in my eyes) and $2,000-$2,500 for the Atlas. I am sure there is some idiot out there who will pay 99% of retail for those parts, but how long do you want to wait for them, and how much of an asshole do you want to look like trying to gouge people?

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            #6
            What width is the axle? 60-64” for a CJ or Toyota, or 67”+ for a fool width? I don’t know what else except a buggy would even be interested in a passenger drop housing now.

            Does it at least still have inner C’s? Kingpin or ball joint? If ball joint, what kind? 2000 super duty like the center?

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              #7
              Why get rid of it? You need driver drop for a different trans?

              Having no outers hurts the value big time.

              Atlas is the 2.0/2.7?

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                #8
                Originally posted by Toreadorranger View Post
                D60 prices are tough now that 05+ axles are so cheap. That being said, there is some value in the Passenger side HP housing. Was it a press and swap tubes or a custom width build?




                I already had a passenger drop Chevy 60 that was all built out. The whole rig went through a major redo and I'm tired of putting money into it when I could be putting it into the Chassis I went and picked up a few years back from WOD.

                The new rig will have a 14 bolt front that will be driver drop I am aiming to put a Hero 3 speed in it...I bought the Mini Monster when it came out years ago and really liked the entire set up but it shit the bed (Blew up the front output gears)

                The 4 speed is nice but if I had my druthers it's gonna be the 3 speed configuration.

                Any ways when the new front was built I had it done to accept all of the upgrades that were done to the Chevy but with high pinion...I had always had a hell of a time with driveshaft bind.

                So it has Chevy shafts in it and king pin C's. I put an ARB in it when I was assembling it because well I had the money I guess. I really don't care for the ARB after using a Detroit for so many years.
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Lil,yota View Post
                  I really don't care for the ARB after using a Detroit for so many years.
                  having an open diff(tun the arb off)makes easy trails a lot funner

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by rockyota83 View Post

                    having an open diff(tun the arb off)makes easy trails a lot funner
                    I know I know.



                    But so does disengaging the front axle all together
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                      #11
                      doing it in reverse is fun too

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by rockyota83 View Post
                        doing it in reverse is fun too






                        Talk about RRREEEEAAAAALLLLLYYYYYY breakin some stuff
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                          #13
                          ive flopped a couple times going up shit in reverse but surprisingly havent broken anything while doing it

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                            #14
                            How new is the Atlas and what is the input spline count?

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                              #15
                              32 spline input.


                              Offroad only rig...Might have 2000-2500 miles on it all together

                              Have had it maybe 5 years. I could call AA and figure it out.
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