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Timberwolf
April 27th, 2006, 12:34 PM
Ok guys, I need to raise some cash.

I have a bunch of stuff that I need to move.

Ford full width D44/9" combos, D60 rears, NP435 granny trannies, NP205 transfer cases, 5.0 EFI truck motors with all the wiring, T18 granny tranny, 351/400m, NP208 T-case(non slip yoke). '78 3/4 ton truck, '77 1/2 ton frame, '87 fullsize Bronco(rough), '87 1/2ton(rough, for parts), Early Bronco frame(rolling, with D30/9" and early T/C), Early Bronco D44 front(drum brake), Early Bronco 9" rear, early Bronco D30 front, divorced mount NP205.

Chevy full width D44 fronts, 10 bolt front, maybe one Corp. 14 bolt rear, TH350 autos, NP465 granny trannies, NP205 T/C, NP203 t-cases for use as doubler.

Scout axles, D44 fronts and rears, D30 fronts, T19 fourspeed/ Dana 20 combo.

'91 Jeep YJ frame, '91 5speed/ 231 combo, 4.0 motor from '98? Cherokee, various 231 t-cases, T176/Dana 300 combos,T176/ NP208 combo(already has slip yoke eliminator!!), other NP208J T-cases, Dana 20 & Dana 18 T-cases, Cherokee D30 fronts(with and without axle disconect), Cherokee D35 rears, Wagoneer fronts and rears( wide and narrow)( offset and centered rears), CJ D30 fronts/ AMC20 rears, CJ hoods, CJ factory roll bars, CJ flip forward seat brackets, CJ rear seats, '92 YJ tub(some damage), CJ7 frame(only bad at rear spring shackle area,I can fix it good for small price).

8.8 rears from '91/'92 ford Explorers(drum brakes), D35 Explorer front traction beams, 4.0 ford v-6's, '84 Lincoln 8.8 rear with disk brakes, Ford Rangers cabs, boxes, frames.

Chevy blocks, 400 four bolt, 350 four bolt.

I know, I know. You want prices. Just going through my head trying to remember what I have. There is more so ask.

Yard sale pricing!!!!! Any axle $100 best ones, $50 for less desirables, any trans. or T-case $50, any frame $100, engines- lets talk!

[b]I HAVE NO FRONT D60's

WhiteRhino
April 27th, 2006, 01:06 PM
Just hang on to the ones you know I want. Will pick up next weekend! :thumb-up: :thumb-up:

Timberwolf
April 27th, 2006, 02:16 PM
Got your's Jim!

WhiteRhino
April 27th, 2006, 02:58 PM
For the rest of you.........

I will be at Vic's next Sunday. (the 7th)

For anyone that makes a deal with Vic, I will bring home your product as long as I can make it fit.

mitrail400ex
April 27th, 2006, 05:13 PM
I SOOOOO need one of your T176 trannys. I can do without a tcase, as I already have a D300, but I need the trans in the worst way. Where are you located? Please PM me so I can come buy one from you.

Jeeperz-Creeperz
April 27th, 2006, 06:05 PM
What are the NP205's out of? Any with early 8-bolt (race track) adapters?

How many NP231 transfer cases? Do you know what spline input?

Where are you located?

Timberwolf
April 27th, 2006, 06:51 PM
I will seperate a T176 for you.

I live in Indian River, exit 310 off I-75.

White Rhino and others will be by here on the way back from Canada next weekend. They might be able to transport your parts south for you.

I also am a semi truck driver. I drive up and down I-75 & M-23 four days a week. I can deliver most anything to an off ramp or parking lot near you.

I do have one Chevy NP205 with the "race track" bolt pattern.

How many 231's do you need?

What spline do you need?

I'll have to check what I have.

mitrail400ex
April 28th, 2006, 12:56 AM
I sent you a PM before I read this...I would be willing to pitch in a little extra if you would bring that T176 somewhere a little further south with you during the week. I run a route with my truck that takes me occasionally north of flint, but I can run outside that if I feel like it. How far south do you normally come down? I'll PM you my cell phone number that way we can just talk that way and make it easier for both of us. Thanks!

SKIP
April 28th, 2006, 07:13 AM
Anybody from Indian River coming to the cleanup?
I can hoof it back down with me.
(Just me & my empty truck)

Timberwolf
April 28th, 2006, 08:33 AM
Skip,

I don't think anyone is going to the cleanup from here.

Timberwolf
April 28th, 2006, 09:02 AM
I just learned that I will be going down in the Grand Rapids area tonight, if anyone in that area is interested in some of this stuff.

Jeeperz-Creeperz
April 28th, 2006, 09:55 AM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Timberwolf &#064; Apr 27 2006, 06&#58;51 PM) 13608</div>


I do have one Chevy NP205 with the "race track" bolt pattern.

How many 231&#39;s do you need?

What spline do you need?

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Looking for 2-3 231&#39;s (possibly more). Looking for 23-spline.

I&#39;ll take the NP205 and let me know on the 231&#39;s.

Isn&#39;t M-23 Michigan Ave (US-12)? That&#39;s an old designation&#33;

cj7fun
April 28th, 2006, 03:20 PM
Do any of the NP435&#39;s have the square t-case adapter bolt pattern (as opposed to the "A" bolt pattern)

Timberwolf
April 28th, 2006, 11:27 PM
The 435&#39;s with a square bolt pattern on the back are usually a two wheel drive tranny.
I say "usually", because anything is possible.

The square pattern and "A" pattern trannies can all be used for a nonfactory application. You just need to order the correct adapter.

The two that I have are both the four wheel drive "A" pattern style.

I will check the spline count of the 231&#39;s in the morning.

23 runs north and south from Flint to Toledo.

MuddyPaws
April 29th, 2006, 12:13 AM
Holy crap vic...you jack a junkyard?

Timberwolf
April 29th, 2006, 09:37 AM
Yea, the one that has been growing in my back yard&#33;&#33;

What can I interest you in?

Timberwolf
April 29th, 2006, 10:34 AM
OK, I have two 231&#39;s, both have the Jeep 23 spline input.
One has the longer input stickout(good for using with a rotator ring).

All you guys running a 231, and saving up the &#036;200/&#036;300 for a slip yoke eliminator, these jeep 208&#39;s already come with one. They only have a slightly higher low range(2.61 for a 208, 2.72 for a 231). If you have doughts about their strength, think about this. All the &#39;80&#39;s model military pick-up&#39;s(rated at 1&1/4 ton), and Blazers, used a 208 t-case. Chevy and the military agreed to use 208&#39;s even though the "HD" 205&#39;s were still available.

I also have a few Scout Dana 20 T-csaes, two Early Bronco Dana 20 T-cases, A Jeep 207 T-case, and a number of Jeep 3 speeds.

drummond
April 29th, 2006, 04:31 PM
any CJ windshields with good glass?

Timberwolf
April 29th, 2006, 07:10 PM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(drummond &#064; Apr 29 2006, 04&#58;31 PM) 13657</div>

any CJ windshields with good glass?
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NOGO on the CJ windshield or frame

WhiteRhino
May 1st, 2006, 09:25 PM
So, who needs me to bring down what? So far, I have one set of axles, a trans and transfer case.

Anything else?

95geo
May 2nd, 2006, 08:11 AM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(WhiteRhino &#064; May 1 2006, 09&#58;25 PM) 13722</div>

So, who needs me to bring down what? So far, I have one set of axles, a trans and transfer case.

Anything else?
[/b]

thanks jim, i owe ya
:thumb-up:

MuddyPaws
May 9th, 2006, 08:31 PM
Got any YJ/XJ vac disco front high pinion d30&#39;s? Need some axle shafts. :thumb-up:

Or better yet, some YJ 4 cylinder d30 d35 axles. The ones with 4:10&#39;s.

Bult4mud
May 10th, 2006, 11:42 AM
Are your full width d44 fronts welded or Cast C&#39;s? and High or low pinion?

Timberwolf
May 12th, 2006, 02:56 PM
Muddy Paws, Bobby has a set of said YJ 4cyl 4.10 geared axles.

I do indeed have full width Ford D44 high pinion axles of the cast "c" and non cast "c" variety.
1 cast "c" housing is coplete out to the spindles, 2 cast "c" housings are bare, with only the outer knuckles.
1 non-cast housing complete.

Vic

mitrail400ex
May 12th, 2006, 06:26 PM
Vic, I think he (Jim/ Bult4mud) will be looking for the non-cast ones, as he wants to narrow it for use with his TJ. He&#39;s got a cast-boss one already available to him, but the cheapest/ easiest route to getting that one under his rig was to have the tubes cut/pressed out and have new tubes made and installed. Not exactly cheap OR easy.

BTW, Thank you again for our arrangement. I&#39;ll be sure to give you a hollar if I&#39;m up that way.

michigan dave
May 15th, 2006, 09:48 PM
I could sure use the YJ transmission if its the ax5 version.(4cly) and the transfer case. Thanks dave. 269-637-7954 kalamazoo area

Timberwolf
May 16th, 2006, 07:28 AM
Sorry Dave,

I no longer have that transmission, and all my 231&#39;s are gone.

Vic

nick_n_ii
May 17th, 2006, 08:07 PM
Hey how many sets of D44 Narrow tracks do you have. I might be interested and i have 2 buddy&#39;s looking for a set. 2 sets need to be Drivers drop and one passager drop. (2 -YJ&#39;s, 1- CJ) and can you email me picks of them to navonifamily@peoplepc.com Thanks Nick

Timberwolf
May 18th, 2006, 11:38 AM
Sorry, all my narrow D44&#39;s are gone.
Sorry I couldn&#39;t hook you up.

Vic

nick_n_ii
May 23rd, 2006, 09:12 PM
you still have any 8.8&#39;s and do you have any pics and how much?
Also does the Exsploder front end have manual hubs? If so you have pics of that also and price?

you can email the pics to navonifamily@peoplepc.com :bigemo_harabe_net-01:

Timberwolf
May 24th, 2006, 11:44 AM
I have two 8.8 Exploder rear ends with drum brakes.

I have two D35 Exploder front ends. One with manual hubs, one w/ auto hubs.

I don&#39;t own a digital camera, but what&#39;s the point?
I don&#39;t mean this in a cocky way but, an axle looks like an axle. It&#39;s either covered in oil because of a leak, or it&#39;s not. A few pictures may still not show if an axle is bent.

The price is &#036;100 ea.

nick_n_ii
May 24th, 2006, 09:04 PM
I was look mainly to see if there was any "work done on them" As for the front I&#39;m looking to do a manual Hub convertion on my D30 and the Exsploder manuals and stub shafts are suppose to be able to do the trick. Basicly that is what Mile Marker based there hub kit on. I&#39;ll have to see if I can come up with the funds, but I&#39;m interested in 1 of the 8.8 and the manual hub front, And I have a buddy that would most likely want the other 8.8, SO that would be &#036;300 or would you shoot a deal on buying all 3, (just wondering)

Timberwolf
May 25th, 2006, 10:11 AM
&#036;300 is my best deal. Sorry

Those manual Exploder hubs are &#036;150 themselves.

nick_n_ii
May 25th, 2006, 09:58 PM
OK still interested just working out the money issue. I&#39;ll try to let you by Saturday. Thanks

Timberwolf
May 29th, 2006, 05:34 PM
nick,

Cool. I was gone all weekend.

nick_n_ii
May 29th, 2006, 08:45 PM
Still working on the cash but am interested if I can get it togeather...

nick_n_ii
May 30th, 2006, 04:29 PM
this might seem to be a bumd question, but what all needs to be done to put the 8.8 in the YJ(spring under) might need to do this swap sooner than I was plaining to....

Timberwolf
June 2nd, 2006, 05:35 PM
If memory serves me, I believe the spring perches need to be moved out about a half inch on either side,
to put an 8.8 under a YJ. That&#39;s not much difference. Maybe force the springs together, line up the center pins and see what it looks like?

Both the Exploder and the YJ are spring under.

You&#39;ll need an Exploder driveshaft end flange to mate your shaft to the pinion yoke flange on the 8.8
I could throw that in for ya.

If I were remounting the spring perches, I&#39;d want to do the slip-yoke eliminater/ cv driveshaft, at the same time.
That way, I&#39;d only be setting the pinion angle/spring perches once.

nick_n_ii
June 2nd, 2006, 06:31 PM
I already have a SYE and new rear drive shaft, plus lifted 4" and plus 1" shackels. is there any way to use a YJ drive shaft with the 8.8?

Nvrenuf
June 3rd, 2006, 09:25 AM
I was able to reuse the same shaft I had when I swapped in the 8.8. Just put the flange adapter on that Vic was talking about. :thumb-up:

Timberwolf
June 3rd, 2006, 11:09 AM
Sorry I was&#39;nt clear enough on that.

That&#39;s what I meant.

I&#39;ll give you the Exploder driveshaft flange to install on your shaft.

nick_n_ii
June 3rd, 2006, 02:13 PM
OK that make way more sence......

arcticjeff
June 9th, 2006, 09:25 PM
Okay, new to working on vehicles. Need a 231 but your out. Will the 208&#39;s you talk about bolt up to a AW4 tranny??? Working on a 95 XJ.

Timberwolf
June 14th, 2006, 11:09 AM
OK, sorry it took awhile to get back to you.
Yes, the NP208 will bolt up to the AW4. It has the correct 6 bolt pattern and 23 spline input shaft.

What you do need to check, is the the distance the front input shaft sticks out past the six bolt mounting surface, on you current 231.
It could be 1.25" or 2.25". The NP208 is 2.25". If your&#39;s is only 1.25", you could use a rotator ring to make it work.
The side benefit would be the ability to rotate the T/C up flat&#33;

arcticjeff
June 16th, 2006, 12:48 PM
Thanks for getting back to me. I&#39;ll check that out. If doesn&#39;t work for me I have a buddy who said he might be interested. What did you want for it??

Timberwolf
June 17th, 2006, 09:14 AM
&#036;50

nick_n_ii
June 19th, 2006, 05:15 PM
Hey what gears are in the 8.8&#39;s

71jeepster
June 20th, 2006, 08:49 PM
do you have any t-14 3 speed tranny&#39;s, i need one for my jeepster with the dauntless v6? call me or message me back if you can, 989-992-3472, thx les

Timberwolf
June 21st, 2006, 11:07 AM
one of the 8.8&#39;s has 3.73 gears.
the other is in a 5 speed truck, so it might be 4.10? Don&#39;t know for sure yet. The tags are too rusty to read,
and I haven&#39;t popped the cover.

arcticjeff
June 25th, 2006, 06:38 PM
My buddy that wants that 208 is camping. He is due back on Monday or Tuesday. I&#39;ll let him know and get back to ya.

Thanks

Timberwolf
June 29th, 2006, 11:25 AM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(71jeepster &#064; Jun 20 2006, 08&#58;49 PM) 15065</div>

do you have any t-14 3 speed tranny&#39;s, i need one for my jeepster with the dauntless v6? call me or message me back if you can, 989-992-3472, thx les
[/b]


No t-14&#39;s, sorry.

cj7fun
July 2nd, 2006, 10:24 PM
I&#39;m not sure what&#39;s left in your inventory, but I&#39;m in search of the following:

-Ford NP435 (hopefully one that was in front of a NP203 or NP208)
-Ford truck bellhousing for NP435 to 302
-post &#39;85 Ford truck 302 50oz flywheel
-clutch fork from the same truck


:crossing fingers:

-Chris

Timberwolf
July 3rd, 2006, 12:36 AM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(cj7fun &#064; Jul 2 2006, 10&#58;24 PM) 15355</div>

I&#39;m not sure what&#39;s left in your inventory, but I&#39;m in search of the following:

-Ford NP435 (hopefully one that was in front of a NP203 or NP208)
-Ford truck bellhousing for NP435 to 302
-post &#39;85 Ford truck 302 50oz flywheel
-clutch fork from the same truck


:crossing fingers:

-Chris
[/b]

"In front of a NP203 or NP208"? Are they not all 6 bolt pattern and 31 spline?

cj7fun
July 3rd, 2006, 08:21 AM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Timberwolf &#064; Jul 2 2006, 08&#58;36 PM) 15361</div>

"In front of a NP203 or NP208"? Are they not all 6 bolt pattern and 31 spline?
[/b]


Yes, that is correct. From what I&#39;ve read the factory 205 adapter has a longer output shaft than the 203/208 adapters.
If I had a choice between a 435 with a 203/308 adapter or a 205, I&#39;d choose the 203/208.

cj7fun
July 5th, 2006, 09:29 AM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Timberwolf &#064; Jul 2 2006, 08&#58;36 PM) 15361</div>

"In front of a NP203 or NP208"? Are they not all 6 bolt pattern and 31 spline?
[/b]

Do you have the Ford NP435 to 302 parts? :)

Timberwolf
July 6th, 2006, 11:27 AM
Sorry, no.

All sold out at this time.

Timberwolf
July 6th, 2006, 11:49 AM
Sale is over.

If we haven&#39;t already talked of a pending sale, it&#39;s not available.

Sorry.

Thanks to those who I have been able to make a deal with.

91wrangler
August 27th, 2006, 08:49 PM
Would you happen to have any scout d44 front driverside inner and outer shafts I broke mine this weekend and need replacements.
Thanks
Kurt

bearlys2005
September 14th, 2006, 07:48 PM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Timberwolf &#064; Apr 27 2006, 11&#58;34 AM) 13600</div>

Ok guys, I need to raise some cash.

I have a bunch of stuff that I need to move.

Ford full width D44/9" combos, D60 rears, NP435 granny trannies, NP205 transfer cases, 5.0 EFI truck motors with all the wiring, T18 granny tranny, 351/400m, NP208 T-case(non slip yoke). &#39;78 3/4 ton truck, &#39;77 1/2 ton frame, &#39;87 fullsize Bronco(rough), &#39;87 1/2ton(rough, for parts), Early Bronco frame(rolling, with D30/9" and early T/C), Early Bronco D44 front(drum brake), Early Bronco 9" rear, early Bronco D30 front, divorced mount NP205.

Chevy full width D44 fronts, 10 bolt front, maybe one Corp. 14 bolt rear, TH350 autos, NP465 granny trannies, NP205 T/C, NP203 t-cases for use as doubler.

Scout axles, D44 fronts and rears, D30 fronts, T19 fourspeed/ Dana 20 combo.

&#39;91 Jeep YJ frame, &#39;91 5speed/ 231 combo, 4.0 motor from &#39;98? Cherokee, various 231 t-cases, T176/Dana 300 combos,T176/ NP208 combo(already has slip yoke eliminator&#33;&#33;), other NP208J T-cases, Dana 20 & Dana 18 T-cases, Cherokee D30 fronts(with and without axle disconect), Cherokee D35 rears, Wagoneer fronts and rears( wide and narrow)( offset and centered rears), CJ D30 fronts/ AMC20 rears, CJ hoods, CJ factory roll bars, CJ flip forward seat brackets, CJ rear seats, &#39;92 YJ tub(some damage), CJ7 frame(only bad at rear spring shackle area,I can fix it good for small price).

8.8 rears from &#39;91/&#39;92 ford Explorers(drum brakes), D35 Explorer front traction beams, 4.0 ford v-6&#39;s, &#39;84 Lincoln 8.8 rear with disk brakes, Ford Rangers cabs, boxes, frames.

Chevy blocks, 400 four bolt, 350 four bolt.

I know, I know. You want prices. Just going through my head trying to remember what I have. There is more so ask.

Yard sale pricing&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33; Any axle &#036;100 best ones, &#036;50 for less desirables, any trans. or T-case &#036;50, any frame &#036;100, engines- lets talk&#33;

I HAVE NO FRONT D60&#39;s

Do you have a power steering box for a YJ?

Jarhead
September 14th, 2006, 08:33 PM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Timberwolf &#064; Jul 6 2006, 11&#58;49 AM) 15431</div>

Sale is over.

If we haven&#39;t already talked of a pending sale, it&#39;s not available.

Sorry.

Thanks to those who I have been able to make a deal with.
[/b]
I believe Timberwolf rolled up the sidewalk sale on July 6th.

You could try an e-mail or PM, but I think he has been pretty busy and not online as often as he was...