14 bolt rear end for sale

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  1. eg30.06

    eg30.06 I'm Awesome

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    I have a 14 bolt rear end out of a 97 1500hd pickup. it has 3:73 gears just needs brakes. upgrade your factory 10 bolt and everything is a bolt in swap! Located in Connecticut sorry pickup only. if you are north of me we might be able to work something out i go to Portland area ofter. 860-214-1131 jeff
     
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    MOBS The Mad Scientist

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    GLWS!!!

    On another note, I know the K axle is a bit longer than the C axle, but does anyone know if the leaf spring perches are the same distance apart?
     
  3. eg30.06

    eg30.06 I'm Awesome

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    Thanks, yes i believe they are.
     
  4. Solid94

    Solid94 Chevy Ridin' High

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    If you were closer I'd buy it. Perfect for my girls sierra
     
  5. outalne94z71

    outalne94z71 Bouncing Truck Maker

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    i'm pretty sure its the other way around, just like solid axle trucks , the 2wd is wider as 4wd rear axle was put inboard more so the rear wheels don't lose traction from debris from the front tires off road or in snow.
     
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  6. Wagonbacker9

    Wagonbacker9 One string banjo. Maybe 2

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    For the first time, I believe you are wrong. Everything I've seen the 2wd 14bsf is 65" WMS to WMS, where the 4wd is 68/69" (depending who is measuring). If I recall the vans have narrower perches and are the same length as one or the other, but I forget which. I want to say the 4wd.
     
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  7. outalne94z71

    outalne94z71 Bouncing Truck Maker

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    totally possible as i sold all my 9.5 so i dont have any left to measure for sure, but i could have sworn the ifs 4x4 still followed the same principals as the solid axle 4wd of having the front wider than the rear.

    van axles always seemed to be the widest, thats why dodge guys are always looking for the 10.5 from chevy vans to fit in their wider trucks, the pickup ones are too narrow.
     
  8. JonZ71

    JonZ71 Right Meow

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    2wd isnt as wide, i would know i have one in my truck lol
     
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    BlackBeauty No I'm Awesome

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    Is it off of a K or C?? What's your asking price?
     
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    LoudnLifted88 Small Block Grim Reaper

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    iirc he paid close to 300 for it
     

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