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    Quote Originally Posted by RESURECTIONJK View Post
    Haha yeah I thought the same thing. When I upgraded my front axle I literally gave my D30 away because they aren’t worth shit and I would rather help someone in a pinch that needed to get back on the road quickly. When I upgrade the rear I’ll likely just sell it for what a used ARB goes for being that’s the only upgrade other than the shafts but I don’t see trying to get $2k out of a set of NON rubicon axles.
    He’s got truetracs in them, which would be handy for someone in snow and ice country.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
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    Damn wish i could find someone that would buy my stock axles for $2000 then i wouldn't have them laying around, but then i get to thinking i'm not going to rip someone off for stock junk when i could do them a favor like a previous member already stated, wish people would be more caring and help a brother out but they go and pimp their shit on other peoples stuff and ask ridiculous amounts of money that they know is not even a fair price then try and con someone, one of my biggest pet peeves, but here goes the bullshit again.
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    I am sorry if this post offened some of you, as that was not my intent. Nor is it my intent to purposefully rip off somene who has no idea what they are doing. I am simply trying to sell my equipment to help recoup costs of my upgrade. Yes my axles may not be that sought after, especially a 30 . But they are also not bone stock 3.21s. I've had a couple guys say they'd give me 1500 if i lived in their area, and others like you say they are worthless. That's fine, but if someone sees value and a price they are willing to pay then so be it. Maybe i will have no choice but to basically give them away in the end, but you can't blame someone for trying to sell. If i was on here saying things like, "these are the best things since sliced bread, $5000 firm" then yeah, I'd be an ahole.

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    Well, regeared to 4.56 and Truetrac F&R, they would be worthwhile to someone on a budget who is not planning on what most of us on here do.

    At the $1500 you have been offered, it is cheaper than a regear, and with L/S as well.

    I'm sure someone will be interested.

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    Do you still have these? Would you be willing to ship? I just got told my front end is screwed. I'm Alabama. I've been needing a rear gear anyway I have 3.73 gears with LSD's if these are good to go it would be easier to just swap since my front end is screwed. Don't have a lot of cash or I would upgrade. My 14 Sahara has 100K on it. New to the site I signed up to reply to this post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gigabyte View Post
    Do you still have these? Would you be willing to ship? I just got told my front end is screwed. I'm Alabama. I've been needing a rear gear anyway I have 3.73 gears with LSD's if these are good to go it would be easier to just swap since my front end is screwed. Don't have a lot of cash or I would upgrade. My 14 Sahara has 100K on it. New to the site I signed up to reply to this post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gigabyte View Post
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