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Vintage 60's Franklin Quick Change Rearend on

US $575.00

East Longmeadow, Massachusetts, United States

East Longmeadow, Massachusetts, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Franklin Placement on Vehicle:Rear

This is a very rare  early/mid 60's Franklin Quickchange rearend  with 4:86 gears . New bearings and tubes with wide5 hubs. Hubs can be switched to 5 on 5. 

Excellent for street rod , rat rod or vintage racing . tubes are new so there aren't any brake brackets so you can locate your own.

call Phil at   413-977-9559.   will deliver within 200 miles for additional $

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