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8.8 axle housing, Powder coated and pretty in Kansas

Hi
I would like to offer for your consideration, this nice, Ford 8.8 axle housing.
I do have the 3.73 carrier also.

The pinion was left in for masking, and the seal will need replacing. So, I am selling it as a tube only, although the parts will be included if you would like them.

I blasted this completely clean, then, powdercoated it with Black Chrome, and a second coat of Mirror clear for a good shine. The cover is wrinkle black.

I am located in Southeast Kansas. Asking 200.00. OBO

I might be willing to trade.

I would ship this on the buyers dime, however I am not near a freight location so this may be tricky. I can deliver within 100 miles for gas expense.

Thanks for looking.

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thats nice, good luck with the sale
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Very nice. Good Luck.
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this came off an explorer im assuming?
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this came off an explorer im assuming?
Yes, well, it is the factory housing from my 98 mountaineer.
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That looks awesome!! Sucks though that we'd have to grind it all up if we wanted to put it in our trucks.

So you're the one who hooked up Jacob with the powdercoating deal. That's awesome. I appreciate you doing all that stuff for us.

Bump for a sweet looking rear end!!
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That looks awesome!! Sucks though that we'd have to grind it all up if we wanted to put it in our trucks.

So you're the one who hooked up Jacob with the powdercoating deal. That's awesome. I appreciate you doing all that stuff for us.

Bump for a sweet looking rear end!!
Grind it and I will re do the finish.

As far as Jacob's work, well, he has a good idea and I just want to see it succeed.
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Would it be possible to use a djm flip kit in reverse?

Just throwing that out there...

BTW, the pictures don't do justice to the color. I have seen it in person and it is freaking awesome!
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Hi Daniel.
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thats purdy... it would probably sell better if the perches and shock mounts were set up for Rangers though.
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thats purdy... it would probably sell better if the perches and shock mounts were set up for Rangers though.
Agreed, but it sure looks good!
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Bump for a good guy with a good part.

Hi Jon!
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hmmm, wanna drop your rig a quick 5 inches,, this is the rearend for a lowrider,, has the perches already on it, just get some u bolts and mounting plates from and Explorer , quick and easy,


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Thanks Corkey!

U bolts and plates--add 25.00 with purchase of axle. These are wrinkle black

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instant lowrider kit, all the parts for the back in one spot,,
djm drop spindles,and reverse tt and done,, 5/3 drop for lots less
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