F600/F700 4x4 drivetrain

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    F600/F700 4x4 drivetrain

    Rockwell F106 3 ton steering axle from Ford F600 4x4 $1500
    Rockwell matching rear axle $500
    F600 4x4 frame with springs $300 ( worth that in scrap weight alone)
    F600 Powersteeing box and draglink $500
    Rockwell Matching T223 Transfercase $500

    I really don't want to part it so take all of it- cheap $1500 for everything
    It's in Kelowna- bring your trailer.

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    Re: F600/F700 4x4 drivetrain

    Still sitting in the driveway...sold the tires, cab engine and other stuff I was saving...

    I'm into this for $1350...someone take it and build themselves a monster truck. Last Rockwell 106 front axle I saw for sale was $2000 on ebay...

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    Re: F600/F700 4x4 drivetrain

    what type of brakes on the steer axle? What ratio? Pics of it all?
    .... Sudden revelations and reevaluations aren't often spurred by internet debate.

    Use what you like, and shut up about it Originally from The11thNickel
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    Possibly a second steering D60 for the rear end.

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    Re: F600/F700 4x4 drivetrain

    Drum brakes front an rear but rotors off a newer f or b series are easy swap.
    Front is u joint king pin open knuckle. Google a Rockwell f106 or fds75 and thats what it looks like. Rear is a Rd172
    Pm your email I'll send you a pic. Ratio is likely 6:17 but I've never checked.
    Big ass power steering box with a
    Back up helper ram on the other side should move 16.00r20 no problem
    Frame springs t case axles and the rear and intermediate driveshafts are there. Have 100 l diesel tank and a 60 gallon alum Mack side tank for it too.

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