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  • 1988 520H Front Axle Assembly


    BPC23
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      Price: 75
      Location: Windsor, Ct
      Contact: brian.cigal@gmail.com

    One '88 - '89 520H straight front axle, spindles, tie rods, front wheels and tires. $75 or make a reasonable offer.

     

    Two 16 x 6.5 - 8 tires. Usable. No reasonable offer refused.

     

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    pullstart

    Posted

    Is the $75 axle a swept front end?  Are you going to the Big Show?

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    71_Bronco

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    I'm also interested in the front axle if it is a forward swept unit. I am in CT as well.

     

    Pullstart has dibs though.

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    johnnymag3

    Posted

    I would like the 2 Front Chrome caps for the front wheels

     

    :text-thankyouyellow:    JOHN

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    pullstart

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    @71_Bronco it is a straight axle and he’s not going to the show... :handgestures-thumbupright:

     

    (I used the email contact and he got right back with me...)

     

    No, sorry, it's a straight axle. One way to identify a swept axle is to look at the center of the wheel hubs. The wheels on a swept axle use tapered roller bearing and have big metal grease cap on the hub.

     
    No, I'm not going to the show.
     
    Sincerely,
     
    Briain 

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    bds1984

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    One can also tell by the tie-rod ends if they're present.  The swept axle version has greaseable ends like you'd see on a car/truck and are threaded on each end.

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    BPC23

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    On 6/7/2021 at 8:46 AM, johnnymag3 said:

    I would like the 2 Front Chrome caps for the front wheels

     

    :text-thankyouyellow:    JOHN

    Hi John, sorry for the delay! I didn't get a notice that I had comments on this ad.

     

    Make me an offer including shipping, please. I'll send a few closeup pics as IIRC, one of them has dent.

     

    Brian

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    johnnymag3

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    Will wait for pics

     

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    BPC23

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    10 hours ago, johnnymag3 said:

    Will wait for pics

     

    Got it. I'll get some to you shortly. I'll be back home tonight and able to do that tomorrow. 

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