I have been hoarding some parts for my personal stuff but I simply have to many toys and no time to build new ones. I'll post some numbers on what I think is fair on this stuff but I am open to reasonable offers. For someone looking to build a hard core JK with real 1 ton axles and and the Atlas II
1979 Ford HP "The holy grail of axles" Front Dana 60
This is a king pin axle and the reason everyone wants them is the drivers side tube is longer to allow more room for brackets etc. These are getting harder and harder to find.
All stock hub to hub with 4.11 gearing. I have all new brakes for it and a Grizzly locker for it that are brand new in the box 2,000.00
CUCV Crate 14 bolt from the military that has been upgraded with 5.13 gears and 3/4 ton disc brakes. Has a Detroit locker and braided brake hoses.
I have have 2 brand new chrome alloy axles for it and a 1350 pinion yoke
everything has 0 miles on it. Currently setup for a YJ 1500.00
Atlas II 4.3 Drivers side drop 23 spline with speedometer provision
has low miles on it. I think it's a 2010 or 2011 model. Setup for 1350 yokes
I have 1310 seals and yokes for it as well. 1950.00
Qty 4 Brand new Allied 17x8 or Soft 8 bead locks - 8 lug
Axles have no ABS provisions There are companies out there that make stuff for them.
These are real 1 ton axles with real 1 ton and 3/4 ton brakes. The 14 bolt is a full floater. These have heavy wall tubing and weigh in at about 600-700 lbs each.
We have sold and installed aftermarket so called 1 ton axles that bolt in
and after 1 wheeling trip with 40" tires the axle shaft flanges bent and we have been waiting since December for them. We have been told that set 80 axle bearings have not been available for several months. With these axles you can go to any parts house and get parts for them. These are mass produced so parts availability will not be a problem.
We can ship on your dime or possibly deliver. We have a fork lift if you want to come to MD and pick them up. 301-502-6180