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Does anyone have a good 1954 Front Axle?

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Yes, I have a good 1954 Front Axle. It is on my 54 F100 and works great! LOL! Sorry I couldn't help myself!

I'm sure you'll find one as some guys replace these good old straight axles.
 
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Originally Posted by 1954wrecker View Post
Does anyone have a good 1954 Front Axle?

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Chris, it would be helpful if you were a little more specific about what model truck you're working on, and to list your location. Not all axles are the same, and you could unknowingly be living next door to someone here with the parts you need, but without knowing where you are, we have no way to know.
 
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Chris, it would be helpful if you were a little more specific about what model truck you're working on, and to list your location. Not all axles are the same, and you could unknowingly be living next door to someone here with the parts you need, but without knowing where you are, we have no way to know.
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Originally Posted by 52 Merc View Post
Chris, it would be helpful if you were a little more specific about what model truck you're working on, and to list your location. Not all axles are the same, and you could unknowingly be living next door to someone here with the parts you need, but without knowing where you are, we have no way to know.
sorry about that - 1954 F250in the Philadelphia area.

 
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I'm away from my parts books right now but I seem to recollect that the 1/2 ton and 3/4 ton axles were the same.
Past CRS might indicate that I'm wrong......
 
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The axle beam might be the same but imagine the spindles would be different...
 
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The axle beam might be the same but imagine the spindles would be different...
they are the same on the f100-f250
 
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they are the same on the f100-f250
Hubs too..? I was thinking bolt pattern..
 
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Hubs drums, backing plates all different
 
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Hubs too..? I was thinking bolt pattern..
hubs on the 250 are 8 lug and the brakes are 12 inch.

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Just picked up another set of 19.5" 5 lug tubeless wheels if anyone is looking.

$750 for set of 6. Located in Salt lake Utah


Last set i sold got sent from here to Washington State for powder coating and then back to Southern California.
powder coat was $25 per wheel. Shipping was free! For at store pickup. I really love Les Schwab!
or I can get pretty reasonable freight quote or Fastenal shipping .

Photo is of four wheels I'm using on a truck powder coated satin black from les Schwab.





 
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I would be interested in these rims if they are still available.
Would need to have them shipped to CBI in Buffalo NY.
Not sure I f I can receive PM's yet???
 
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Howdy, it looks like my truck is missing the bed to frame supports.




My truck has the longbed, which is 4 supports (i think), and at the 75 bucks US per support LMC or Carpenter charges, that's a little unreasonable. Does anyone happen to have some lying around, or should i just go and make my own out of box tube
 

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