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Axles, ORU x-over, Welds, etc!!!!

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Hey guys Im selling my tires, wheels, axles and I have an extra Lariat Dash Bezel for sale too. Im putting Rockwell 2 1/2 ton axles under my truck so I need to run a 20" wheel.

The Front axle has 3.73 OEM ford gears in it. I just installed new "Lifetime Warranty" hub bearings on it. The seals have all been replaced not to long ago as well. $1000.00

Im also selling my Rear Sterling 10.5 that has 5.13 gears in it right now. I still have the OEM Ford 3.73 gears in a box if the buyer wants them, they will be included for free. $1,000.00

Sold the 49's!!!!!

The wheels are Weld Super Single 16.5X12 in GREAT shape!!!! with center caps incuded!!!!! $600.00

ORU cross - over knuckle $450

The dash bezel is in great shape too, no cracks etc in it. It's a tan lariat color. $75.00

Let me know if you're interested!!! My e-mail is

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Thanks guys!!!!!!!!

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Truck #1 info: Early '99, 7.3L PSD, 4x4, Ext. Cab.
Mods: BTS TRANNY!!, DP Tuner, Rockwell 2 1/2 ton military axles!
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Truck #2 info:'02, 7.3L PSD, 6spd, 4x4, DRW, CC.
Mods: B&W gooseneck hitch


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Ok, I have decided to come down on my price a little for the axles.

I will take $850 each for them or $1700 for the pair. This is $300 off what I was asking.

They will be available as soon as they sell.

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Truck #1 info: Early '99, 7.3L PSD, 4x4, Ext. Cab.
Mods: BTS TRANNY!!, DP Tuner, Rockwell 2 1/2 ton military axles!
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Mods: B&W gooseneck hitch


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Hey, on that ORU knuckle, what else would be needed for crossover, or does the stock tie rod tie into that? I'm interested in it for sure, for a down-the-road type deal. What does it sell for new?

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Well, with mine you have to run a 3/4 heim joint type steering. Basically you replace your tie rod ends with 30,000 lb static load heim joints!!! It makes for a much tighter / stronger steering!!! I was usinig it with my 49's and it was very tight!!!! The only reason Im selling it is b/c Im swapping in Rockwell 2 1/2 ton axles.

When I bought mine, I think I paid around $800 or $900 for it. ORU makes two versions of this knuckle and I decided to buy the stronger ( more expensive ) one. I can send you some pics later today of what it all looks like assembled under my truck. I have not taken it out yet, so you can see how it all works in the pics.

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Truck #1 info: Early '99, 7.3L PSD, 4x4, Ext. Cab.
Mods: BTS TRANNY!!, DP Tuner, Rockwell 2 1/2 ton military axles!
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Truck #2 info:'02, 7.3L PSD, 6spd, 4x4, DRW, CC.
Mods: B&W gooseneck hitch


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