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I have 2 complete rear axle assemblies with trailing arms and T-bar sitting behind my house.
Stock '74 & '79. I'm not sure if they are LSD or not.
Both were making the typical low howling noise at highway speed when they were pulled from my cars.
They came from parts cars that I've pulled apart.
I do not have equipment to disassemble them or pull the arms off.
Get them before Sanford & Son haul them away.
 

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Bummer, I need axle shafts for my incomplete 4:11 limited slip.
 

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1978,
I'm not sure what special tools are needed to pull the rear ends apart? I've disassembled them with typical "tool box" tools. I don't particularly care to do the work but I have one from a 78 Spider that is disassembled & in storage. When I find the time (famous last words) I'll sort, pics & post for sale all the stuff collected.
Just my 2 cents
 
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might you have a rear disk left?
 

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Sorry, the rear rotors are gone.
 

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ok, thanks for the reply
 

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I have axle shafts from a 456 diff. But you're in NJ & I'm lost in the desert.:(
Bummer, I need axle shafts for my incomplete 4:11 limited slip.
 

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I still have them but they've been promised to my mechanic who is picking them up soon. Sorry.
 
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