3.42 Gm Chevy 10 Bolt 7.6" Ring Pinion on 2040-parts.com
Moreno Valley, California, United States
Part Brand:General Motors
RING GEAR BOLT COUNT:10
COVER BOLTS COUNT:10
YEAR REAR IN SERVICE:1975-2004
You are bidding on a set of used standard cut gears 10 bolt gears in 3.42 ratio. The gears have no pitting or chips.
Gear teeth are 41-12 gear ratio of 3.42
These ad gears were attached to an Auburn Posi unit. The Posi is being sold in another auction. The gear set includes the ring bolts and pinion bearings. Be sure of your application before bidding. I am not able to determine what axle you might have.
These gears fit a 3 series carrier (Carrier split: 3.08 and numerically lower =2 series, 3.23 and numerically higher =3 series).
Applications: Will fit many GM vehicles equipped with a 10 bolt c-clip or non clip. Fits on the 3 series carrier!!!
Return shipping paid by: Buyer Item must be returned within: 14 Days Refund will be given as: Money Back or exchange Return Policy is money back within 7 days from receiving the item. All shipping is non-refundable and payable by buyer unless the wrong item was shipped. Please check the listing carefully to avoid any unnecessary expense and if you are unsure of fitment, please ask.
GREAT GEAR RATIO FOR ANY CAR OR TRUCK, with 10 BOLT 7.5/7.6"
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