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johndeere70
    
A rear end for my chevy pickup
I have a 50 Chevy 3800 pickup truck, and the engine is about to fall out onto the ground, from me tryng to drive todays speed limit with it, one of these times I'm gonna say,...... man this thing is quiet today, only to look behind me to see the engine a 1/2 mile back. Lol. I want to put a different axle in it with a descent gear ratio, that will match the stock rear end real close, and that I can still keep my 8 lug rims. Is there some one out there that can help me out
posted: May 14, 2014
 
    
 
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retiredpartsman
    
YOUR TRUCH HAS A 4.57 OR 5.14 TO 1 RATIO . A 61 TO 67 PICKUP HAD 4.11 TO 1 RATIO AVAILABLE THAT WILL BOLT INTO YOUR HOUSING BUT DRIVE SHAFT IS I INCH DIFFERENT IN LENGTH .
posted:  May 16, 2014
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