Vw Irs Chassis Conversion To Swing Axle on 2040-parts.com
Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Country/Region of Manufacture:Germany
UP FOR SALE IS ALL PARTS NEEDED TO CONVERT YOUR IRS CHASSIS TO ACCEPT A SWING AXLE TRANSMISSION. I HAVE DONE THIS MANY TIMES TO BEEF UP FOR DUNE BUGGIES RUNNING OFF ROAD. I GOT TIRED OF REPLACING CV JOINTS. WILL WORK ON ALL TRANSMISSION APPLICATIONS. PARTS ARE CLEAN AND READY TO INSTALL. FEEDBACK IS APPRECIATED. Bid with confidence as my feedback is good. Ck out my other auctions. Ships to lower 48 states.
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