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9" Ford 1350 Billet Steel Pinion Yoke - 9 Inch - New on

US $75.00

Ames, Iowa, US

Ames, Iowa, US
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9" Ford 1350 Billet Steel Yoke


* BRAND NEW 9" Ford 1350 Billet Steel Yoke

* Fits Standard Small Pinion (28 Spline)

* Fits Stock & Daytona Style Pinion Support

* Cap Size = 3-5/8" x 1-3/16"

* NEW Spicer U-Bolts Included!!

* Gears & Setup Kits Also Available
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