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Old 02-25-2011, 10:04 PM
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Quick Change value?

Have a winters quick change rear end, alluminum case, has wide 5 hubs and alluminum disc brakes, willwood hubs, all the axles and pieces...


Just wondering what would be a good price to ask for this?

any insight would help! thanks.

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If you were closer I'd tell you it's a piece of junk. But, I'll come take it off your hands for a couple of bucks!!

Seriously I haven't a clue on used price. My boss an I went to a swap meet once and bought a complete one with tubes but no ends for $250.00. Buy of the day.
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If you were closer I'd tell you it's a piece of junk. But, I'll come take it off your hands for a couple of bucks!!

Seriously I haven't a clue on used price. My boss an I went to a swap meet once and bought a complete one with tubes but no ends for $250.00. Buy of the day.
this one is all there, trying to get a price figured up cause i cant use it, and know its worth quite a bit to someone. better than buying one out of speedway for 1800-2800!
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Is it aluminum or magesium?

Does it have a diff or a spool?

There are many options for the housing, some like heavy duty pinion bearings are mandatory for asphalt cars with 600+hp.

Does it have aluminum axle tubes which means dirt only.

You need to know the width as is. New tubes and axles is about $500 +labor.
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Not sure on spool or diff, its in an older dirt late model.

axle tubes are steel, has leaf spring mounts welded to them.

Ill see if I can get some more info before I head out in the morning.
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