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Old 04-09-2010, 12:44 AM
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AD big truck pieces for sale or trade

For the big AD truck boys and girls.
I bought two trucks for parts for my truck and am going to have a bunch of 1-1/2 ton pieces for sale or trade.
Available at a very reasonable cost are the following:


One single speed rear end that seems to be in decent condition
one front axle, hub to hub with springs if desired.

One Pair of nice 1-1/2 ton short running boards.

I have one set of really nice stock seat cushions available These have leatherette covers and are good enough to put in and drive on. One small tear down in front in the middle but the seats themselves are nice.



I'm not going to keep this stuff around for long though.

I live a couple of miles south of Toppenish in the Yakima valley for those in the pnw who might be interested. Smaller pieces I can ship via ups, fed ex, usps or Greyhound. Trades welcome.
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Old 04-16-2010, 11:55 AM
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You wouldn't happen to have 47-59 1/2 ton spindles would you? I have a customer that needs one. WES
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No but I emailed my buddy to see if he knows of a set.
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Added to the above list. Six 7.50- 20 Uniroyal street tread tires on 20 inch 1-1/2 ton 51 Chevrolet truck rims. These have decent tread and don't appear to be weather checked. I'm not sure I'd want to put them on the highway but the would be great for a farm truck. 200.00
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i have a set on an axle
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I just threw those up in case someone needed some to use for roller tires or had a truck they used on the farm or ranch that they could use them for. Otherwise the tires will come of the rims and the rims will go for scrap. Over here on this side a lot of guys still have those trucks out on the farm and use them a month or so a year and they never go off the farm but it's still 45 bucks or so to get a flat fixed if the tire shop will even mess with the rims. I'm wide open on the price too.
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