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    Chevy 3/4 or 1 Ton Axles

    Looking for a set of axles for my 1972 Suburban. A set from a 4x4 truck/blazer/suburban from 67-89 (or 91 for suburban) would work. Would prefer one tons, but would consider 3/4 ton if it is a full floater rear. 4:10 or 4:56 gears. Let me know if you have anything.

    Bonus if they include a decent set of wheels and tires.

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    Did you locate a set ?

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    No still looking. Got something for me?

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    I've got a set but they are 3.73. 10 bolt front ff 14 bolt rear.
    Some people are as useful as a football bat.

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    I would still be interested if the price was right. Please PM me what you'd want for them. Thanks!

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    I have 4.56 gears for 14 bolt and d60 if you end up needing some.

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    It’s 40% off this weekend at picknpull, might be able to find what you are looking for cheap

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    Thanks, I've looked at their online inventory a few times lately and didn't see any likely candidates.

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    Pick n pull has no 60s and they had a couple picked over 14 bolts last weekend

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    There is an 8 lug Dana 44 front at Carson pic n pull today.
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    Tons of 14 bolts up here too.
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    Yes let me get ahold of the guy down the street he has a cucv 14/60 4.56 with lockers pair with frame and cab and doors and a turbo 400 it all has to go as a set I think he said 1400he is not home right now

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    Thanks for the help!

    I'll have to try to get down to Carson PNP if nothing else turns up soon.

    I'd certainly be interested in the CUCV stuff if he's looking to sell.

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