Re: What axle is it
I have both on my Jimmy and it is easy to tell them from other axles. The steering arm on a 60 is straight and attached with 4 bolts, on a 44 or 10 or 12 bolts it looks like a boomarang and is attached with 3 bolts or studs. The passenger side springs on a 60 have 1 U-bolt and two bolts that go into the housing, on the others there are 2 u-bolts. The 14 bolts use 14 bolts to attach the diff cover but the shapes are different. The full floater diff cover looks like a dana 44 only larger and the semi floater looks round. The ends of the axles on a full floater have what looks like hubs with 10 bolts sticking out about four inches, these are the axle ends. The semi floater looks like a 44 or 10 or 12 bolts with the axle ends flush with the wheel.
the asking price may sound high but it will cost more than that to buy the $500 one and try to build it the same. I paid $700 for my 79 with a 4" lift and stock axles and have close to $8000 in it with axles(60 and 14 FF), gears(456), lockers, transfer case(205), motor(454), lift(8") and tires and rims(42" swampers).