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Old 10-24-2012, 09:46 AM
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Eaton 2-spd rear end - any value?

Under one of Mike's parts trucks is an Eaton 2 speed rear end. Before the truck (VERY RUSTY) goes to that great pumpkin patch in the sky, should I pull/cut this rear out from under it? What is it worth?


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Old 10-25-2012, 03:03 PM
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OK, from the lack of responses, I guess the rear is of no value. It will go to the junkyard with the rest of this one.



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Not worth a whole lot, probably not worth the trouble of taking it out unless you think YOU might have a use for it sometime. One of those things that has little to no value unless you happen to find someone close by that really needs one.

If the shift motor/mechanism works it would probably be worth spending the 5minutes to pull that off and sell it. They fail a lot and would be easy to sell online.
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Old 10-26-2012, 08:11 AM
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Thanks for the info, kinda what I expected. I know this truck hasn't moved in 10 or so years ad no idea if the 2 spd fiunctioned then. It's been neglected on the back of Mikes property for that long. Looks like a little scrap weight to me.



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Thanks for the info, kinda what I expected. I know this truck hasn't moved in 10 or so years ad no idea if the 2 spd fiunctioned then. It's been neglected on the back of Mikes property for that long. Looks like a little scrap weight to me.



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what size truck is it? and where is it...? I might be interested
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It hasn't moved in a decade or so that I know, been up on blocks. I'm outside Gainesville, Fl.

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As much as I would Like to have a two speed rear end there is no way I could drive 1100 miles and justify the expence.... Thanks for your timely response. I hope we can do bussines in the futhure...... randowe@sbcglobal.net
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