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07-13-2003 08:57 PM
BstMech Hey there, I have a front axle from I believe a '53 GMC under a trailer (truck bed converted). I sold the trailer to a buddy, but I'm sure he would let it go. I'm over here in Crossville.
07-13-2003 08:42 PM
maddog200485 How much will you take for those straight axles really interested can you send pictures of them to tyrel20@hotmail.com
07-13-2003 08:20 PM
willys36@aol.com It isn't a particularly good looking axle and I'm sure it would be WAY too big for a T-bucket. Why not use a model @ or late 30's axle? Can find them on ebaY all the time and they go for ~$100 or less. In fact, I have two that I am planning on putting on ebaY. Dinger gave me a very good one so I can part with these two.
07-13-2003 08:16 PM
maddog200485
Another straight axle question

I was wondering if a 47-55 chevy pickup straight axle would work under a T-bucket or model a pickup or something like that, I dont think I have seen it done, but i was just wondering can it work

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