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Need suspension advice


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Found this in a local ad

Complete front axle out of my `61 F100. Drum-to-Drum and everything in between. First $60.00 takes it.

Complete 9" rear axle out of a 1957 F100,so it has the smooth housing.Brakes and all. First $75.00 steals it.

Can I use this for a T Bucket?
Go for the 9". I personally won't use that kind of an axle. Somewhere down the road someone else will be looking at that car as a prospective buyer. You will get more out of your investment buy using an early Ford axle or a tube axle. If you can get the rims off that truck grab them!!! JMO

I would for $75 ... I can get twice that around here for it.


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