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A 1990 Ford F350 single cab 4WD was just set at the local PAP.

Front and Rear Axles are still complete.  Door tag says 3.55 gears.

What's the dollar "value" of this pair of axles and do they have desirability to builders?
 

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well they are for a furd.... 5$ a piece sounds about right  ;D
 

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The front axle can be worth something, but the price will vary a lot depending on the condition, location, scarcity and how many people around that want it.  The rear axle is most likely a Sterling and near worthless to anyone except a Ford owner.
 

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::). Well, ‘furd’ used a Dana 60 Kingpin High Pinion up until 1991, so it’s worth a thousand bucks all day. Assuming it’s clean and complete. And Lanty is correct about the rear. But, if you plan to flip them for cash, get the rear too. Plenty of folks wanting to get their hands on a set of one ton axles to swap into their f250’s. If they can be had cheap enough, buy them and you shouldn’t lose any money. Where are you located? Is there a strong 4x4 community near you?
 

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The wider front spring spacing on the 80s+ Fords makes the D60 more difficult to use in other vehicles. It is still a kingpin 60 though.

The Ford 10.25" full-floater is a good axle... yet also very common, resulting in low value. Most F250s have this one already (unless its one of less common, low-GVWR trucks)

 
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