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how much is to much for a set of axles(d30&D35c)

i found a set of axles at a nearby place and they want 900 and 100 caore charge for everything....good deal or not? they are off a 4 cylinder yj so they have a 4.10 gear ratio...
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Re: how much is to much for a set of axles(d30&D35c)

That seems a bit high to me. For that kind of money sounds like you could get a stronger unit.
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I have seen people seel those same axles on boards like this one for 1/3 that price
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Re: how much is to much for a set of axles(d30&D35c)

Way too much money.
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Re: how much is to much for a set of axles(d30&D35c)

Definetly find another yard with cheaper prices first. Then buy just the 4cyl front axle(with 4.10s) and find an Explorer 8.8 with the 4.10 limited slip for the rear. I picked up My 8.8 for $200 bucks and a mounting kit for just over $100. True the 8.8 is not a direct bolt in like the 4cyl. rear, but it is much stronger.

Just look at it this way....For the $900 you would spend on the axles, you could just buy 4.10 gears/an instalation kit/new carriers and drop in lockers(loc-right) for both of your stock axels.
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Re: how much is to much for a set of axles(d30&D35c)

where do you find this mounting kit for a for 8.8?
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if you lived in florida, you could have the front and rear off my parts rig. you'd have to drag the rest of it away though. they are on a 87 wrangler that had the 4banger in it.
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I just traded my axles from my 93 wrangler. I don't think mine had 4.10s though per the tag on the front axle. It was like 3.83s or something like that. Unless I looked at it on one of those mich lite nights. I think I got $100 each axle trade in value. I wanted the np241 transfer case and was having a hard time finding one so I traded the axles and a $100 for the t/c.
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Hey Im in Gainesville, I wouldnt mind changing the ratio on my rig since Im still riding on my stock gears. How much are u willing to part with the axles for?
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sent you an email Big Blue
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