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Old Nov 29th, 2019, 11:52   #1
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Im looking for a 200 series rear axle complete. Must be 3.9 ratio.

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Old Dec 3rd, 2019, 19:43   #2
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I have a 3.91 ratio rear axle for sale, located South Wales
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Old Dec 4th, 2019, 03:16   #3
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I have a 3.91 ratio rear axle for sale, located South Wales
Thanks for replying mate. Im in chesterfield, but not adversed to a road trip. ( or can you courier it?)

Is it complete? And how much do you want for it?


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Old Dec 4th, 2019, 11:05   #4
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Hi,

Yes complete rear axle including brakes, radius arms and all bars. Was just unbolted from car and slid out. 120?

I can check courier prices but itll probably have to go on a pallet. Last pallet i shipped was about 60
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That sounds fair mate. Much apprecieted if you could check courier price.

Does it happen have any remenants of prop and handbrake cables by any chance? (just last half of prop that bolts to diff flange). No problem if it doesn't, I can sort those bits later.

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prop was unbolted directly from diff, I do have a prop available separate if needed though. handbrake cable was cut in front of the rear axle from main section back for ease of removal

I will have a hunt for a courier but if not for a little towards diesel and I could travel a little to meet up, saves you some time then
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prop was unbolted directly from diff, I do have a prop available separate if needed though. handbrake cable was cut in front of the rear axle from main section back for ease of removal

I will have a hunt for a courier but if not for a little towards diesel and I could travel a little to meet up, saves you some time then
Ok thanks

How much do you want for prop (I only need last bit with UJ and flange, so even a damaged prop would be ok).

Let me know how you get on with courier, if its not workable, then Id be grateful to take you up on generous offer of travelling part way.


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If having the axle I could do the prop for 50
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If having the axle I could do the prop for 50
Ok sound. please let me know how you get on with courier.

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Unfortunately the only way to send it by pallet is to have the axle standing up so its not overhanging. Not sure how to manage this 🤔
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