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Datsun 240z 260z 280z 1970-78 Rear Axle Cv Joint Conversion Adaptor Pair New 086 on 2040-parts.com

US $99.99
Location:

Springfield, Missouri, United States

Springfield, Missouri, United States
Condition:New Brand:Zcardepot.com Other Part Number:650-086 Manufacturer Part Number:650-086 Placement on Vehicle:Rear UPC:Does not apply

New pair of billet rear axle CV adaptors for 1970-78 Datsun 240Z 260Z 280Z.  These will adapt from stock inner axles or outer 4-bolt flanges to 6-bolt 930 style CV joints.  Great for making your own custom CV joints axles.  Includes 2-adaptors. Requires removal of axles from the diff for install.  No hardware.  

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