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88 Waggy D44's, what's it worth?

I have a chance to nab a set of Wagoneer D44's from an 1988. It would be complete hub-to-hub. What would the set go for?
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Coindition?

I'd say 5-600 at the most? Not much come up here, so I really dont have a whole lot to go by. It also depends on your region. Some places axels are cheap and pletiful, other places not so much
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IF they're in good condition. your still gonna want to replace all the bearings, the brakes, etc.

I wouldn't pay more than 400. Thats what I paid for my D44/9"
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