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I found this rear end on ebay and could not resist as it is new and
out of a single rear wheel 2001-2003 one ton GM truck. This should
more than enough for my 3/4 ton and it already has the rear disk brakes
with integrated parking brakes. I have removed all the brackets and
ground off the welds using my precision calibrated hammer and grinder.
I plan to purchase new spring perches and have them welded on.
I did have a tool casualty while trying to remove the brackets.
I managed to break the tip off of a regular screw driver.
I know better to use tools properly and that a screw driver is
NOT a wedge, chisel, or pry bar.

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