I was at the U Pull It the same day.
I got a 7.5 Ford IRS from a 90s Cougar. They charged me $19.99 for
the center differential and carrier and $25 each for the axles, since
they looked like FWD axles to them with CV joints and all.
So, $80 for a Ford IRS rear end.
They only charger me $43 for the 1974 VW Super Beetle hood, though.
On 9/21/07, Deikis, John G <John.Deikis@va.gov> wrote:
> Out of curiosity, what did the junk yard take from you for that bag of
> parts? Seems like when I find something, they always think they're
> selling gold.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hal Faulkner [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2007 9:03 PM
> To: Spridgets
> Subject: [Spridgets] Pick-n-pull score
> Went to the pick-n-pull on Tuesday to look at the Midget that Glen
> mentioned. And, as I simply can't afford to do a 5 speed conversion,
> pleased to note that the tranny was still there. Didn't have time to
> get it
> then, though so I went back today. After 2 hours in the dental chair
> could be better than 5 hours salvaging parts? Got the ribcase, a
> head, crossflow shroud (sp?), a spin-on oil filter adapter, a flywheel
> (someday Paul is going to adapt this one for a datsun clutch....) Then
> happened to look in the boot. The diff was in there. It wasn't there
> Glen found the car, nor when I looked in there on Tues but today it was.
> haven't had the time to scrape off the grime enough to see the ratio,
> for that year car it should be a 3.9, I think. So, even though I didn't
> need it all I think I did o.k. for the day. The shift lever is one of
> ugly ones that use a "witch's hat" boot so I'm now in the market for a
> ribcase shifter that I can use with a bugeye shift surround and grommet.
> Now if I can just get it toghether to finish the motor....
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