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post #1 of 16 Old 10-08-2010, 07:01 PM Thread Starter
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Approximate value of xj D44

Approximatly what is the value of a bone stock xj d44? All i can find is ones with lockers, or gears or upgraded axles. Cant find stock one

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$100-$300, depending on condition and location.

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I agree with Starboard M. That is the range I have found them to be also.

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drum to drum i decent condition 250-300
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When I see them in CT they seem to be around $500.
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$100-$300, depending on condition and location.
This around here as well.

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When I see them in CT they seem to be around $500.
Thats because CT sucks. In my area of the state, we have these salvage "recycling" yards, and the workers have to pull everything off the vehicle for you. If they don't feel its worth their time (like a really small part in a door assembly) they won't pull it. They also charge you like 3/4 the price of a new one. For that price, I'm better off buying new anyway.

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post #8 of 16 Old 10-09-2010, 06:51 AM
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Thats because CT sucks. In my area of the state, we have these salvage "recycling" yards, and the workers have to pull everything off the vehicle for you. If they don't feel its worth their time (like a really small part in a door assembly) they won't pull it. They also charge you like 3/4 the price of a new one. For that price, I'm better off buying new anyway.
Oh yea I know,theres a couple that you can go in and get stuff yourself, but very rarely is there anything worth getting.
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Around here they go from around 400-600. I sold a bone stock one with the trac lock not working for 450. Probably coulda got more but I needed it gone.
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got mine in jersey 300
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post #11 of 16 Old 10-10-2010, 01:52 PM
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I don't think I would pay over 300 for one.

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They are around 300 around here.

Most of the yards here suck also.


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In Northern CA, they go for $225 to $275. Some people pay more but XJ D44's in this area tend to be somewhat plentiful so they shouldn't. I've pulled 3 in the last year or so from local junkyards.
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post #14 of 16 Old 10-12-2010, 10:37 AM
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Which years XJ are the D44's in?

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Which years XJ are the D44's in?
Some 87-89 with the Towing package. Usually all 3.55 gears.

Around 300 is common. The trick is to find one that is local. Shipping will run around 200 extra.


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