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Gm, Chevy, 14 Bolt 10½" Ring & Pinion Full Floater on 2040-parts.com

US $160.00
Location:

Bridgeport, Pennsylvania, United States

Bridgeport, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:New Brand:chevy Surface Finish:new,,,good Manufacturer Part Number:don't know

"GM, Chevy, 14 Bolt 10½" Ring & Pinion Full Floater"

Brand New Factory 3.55 Ratio

Fits all 14 Bolt, 10½" Rears from 1973 to present

Trucks, Vans, Suburbans


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