Alloy USA Scout II Rear axleshafts on sale

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  1. Jeff Ismail

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    Alloy USA Scout II axleshafts are on sale for $250 a pair plus shipping. They come with a 10 year warranty. These are bare shafts. For $350 a pair plus shipping I will install wheel studs, Timken axle bearings, and RPT axle bearing retainer plates.

    Get yours today!

    THIS SALE IS OVER. AXLES ARE STILL AVAILABLE, HOWEVER AT REGULAR PRICE WHICH IS $300 BARE AND $400 WITH STUDS, BEARINGS, AND RETAINER PLATES.
     
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    jeff campbell Lives in an IH Dealership

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    hey jeff,can you get em for the front D-44's?maybe interested in a few sets for my 1210 t'all,an my 1100.?thx--jeff
     
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    I carry and almost always have in stock Scout II front 4340 chromoly axleshafts(both inner and outer). For pick-up and Travelall I would have to do some research to see if ready made shafts exist. Otherwise I can have custom shafts made.
     
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    sounds like a good price jeff. how long a turn-around if i break one? you know a lot of the guys buying them are gonna have to see what they will take. personally i don't want to break anything, but would probably run em a bit harder than the stockers.
     
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    I always try to keep at least one pair on the shelf but normally stock two pair so if a warranty issue arises its as simple as calling me for a speedy replacement.
     
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    Sorry guys but found out today when I went to reorder that the sale price is over. Regular price is $300 for a bare pair and $400 with retainer plates, bearings, and studs.
     
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    A good friend of mine ran these shafts for awhile and gave them a good Beating, they held up great. If I still ran a 44 these would be a mandatory upgrade. :cool:
     

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