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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 04-11-2012, 07:23 PM Thread Starter
 
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Need a 10 bolt axle shaft

Need a 10 bolt axle, mine was damaged according to the shop doing my rearend.
Its a 28 spline regular Pontiac 10 bolt shaft. Anyone got one they can ship me?
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Does Yukon axles have one? I've used them in the past and thier stuff is stronger than OEM.
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I'm looking for a CHEAP used one, not concerned with strength, car is pretty stock.
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Hi, What year housing ? 64-67 are the same, but in 68-72 the housing and axles increased in length 1/2 inch per side.
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Good call, its a 68 Thanks!
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Need a 10 bolt axle, mine was damaged according to the shop doing my rearend.
Its a 28 spline regular Pontiac 10 bolt shaft. Anyone got one they can ship me?
I might have one from my original 69 10-bolt. Holler back if you want me to check for it.

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Yeah, if you would part with it for a deal, I'm over budget a load on the rear end lol
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I'm pretty sure I've got them, but if they're where I think they are it's going to take some digging and I won't be able to get to them until I get the Beast put back together and running so I can move it. I've got the head back, waiting on a new set of valve stem seals which will either arrive tomorrow afternoon or early next week.

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How much do you think the axle is worth?

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Ames sells new ones for $189 each, so do the math.
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I paid $35 for one about 20 years ago for my '65 at a wrecking yard. The last one I bought 10 years ago from The Goat Farm was $175, but I had to have it. Also, all due respect JustAl, the '64 and '65 axles are the same, and the '66 up are longer by 1/2" or so. The one inch wider rear end was a '66 model year introduction. The '69 2.56 rear end assembly I swapped in to my '67 GTO is identical in every way dimensionally to the original rear end....one inch wider than the '65!
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