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3/4 ton SAS axles?

are these the perfect donor axles for a bad **** sas?...prolly not gonna do any thing but just saw them for sale.

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are these the perfect donor axles for a bad **** sas?...prolly not gonna do any thing but just saw them for sale.

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The rear is a good axle but the front is a passenger side drop. You need driverside drop.
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he could pull the tubes and knuckles and swap them but thats alot of work
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