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Would this Axle work on my truck?

http://sarasota.craigslist.org/pts/1021976362.html

For reference, my truck is a '99 2WD 4.0 OHV with an open diff.

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Yes it would but it would not be a direct bolt up.

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oh i know. i was just making sure the spline # or whatever was okay.
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Spline number doesn't matter if you are using the whole axle and it comes with everything.
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okay. so that axle looks fine? thanks a lot guys
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Looks good. Have at it.
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Awesome. thanks
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would i be able to upgrade to Discs of an explorer later on?
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would i be able to upgrade to Discs of an explorer later on?
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YES...........and that axle is a swap-in, but it will lower your truck approx. 4" in the rear, and $150 is CHEAP for a 8.8 posi!
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I emailed the guy about that axle its from a town car.
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he told me that it is from a explorer.
weird.
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well he told me an town car.
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hmm. well i'm going to look at it tomorrow. i'll let you know how it comes out.
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