Ford 9" 3.80 Ratio Nodular 3rd Member Detroit Locker Pumpkin Rear End Gear on 2040-parts.com
Clinton, Tennessee, United States
We have a nice Ford nine inch rear stump.It has a 3.80 ratio,Nodular housing,Detroit locker,billet caps,ARP hardware and a 1350 Billet yoke.We will also include the storage can.It was professionally built by a major Nascar gear shop.New cost is over $2500,it has been used for 1 300 mile race or less.We have several ratios available.We bought out a small Nationwide team and got all their rear 3rd members.
We would prefer buyers to come in person to inspect and choose.These are for sale on site.Cash pricing is lower.
Call Jerry 865-250-7985 or Archie 865-250-7164 7am-7pm.Check our other auctions for new and used Nascar,Sb-2 SB2,Chevrolet parts,etc.All of our parts are guaranteed to be as described or better!
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