GM 10-Bolt 8.5" (Corporate)
- When replacing a stock 2.56 and numerically lower ratio, the carrier must be replaced with a carrier of 2.73 or higher
- Does not work with pinion-mounted ABS sensor
- 1.626" Pinion Diameter
- 30 Spline Pinion
- 10-Bolt CoverFits: (with new-style 10-bolt housing)
- 1970-76 Bel-Air/Caprice/Impala/Chevelle/Olds F-85
- 1973-76 El Camino
- 1970-75 Nova
- 1970-81 Camaro/Firebird/GTO
- 1972-81 Z-28/Trans-Am
- 1977-87 K10/K20 (front)
- 1977-91 Blazer (front)
- 1980-02 C10/K10/Blazer/C1500/K1500 (rear)
- 1980-96 Suburban (rear)
- 1977-91 Suburban (front)
- 1979-96 G10/G20 VanIncludes:
- Pinion and carrier bearings & shims
- Pinion nut & seal
- Crush sleeve
- Cover gasket or RTV
- Ring gear bolts
- 75W-90 synthetic differential lube (2 quarts)
- Limited slip additive (4 ounces)
- Thread locker sealant
- Marking compound
- Application Brush
- Installation instructions
With high-quality grade steel to provide durability for street, highway, and occasional race use, JEGS Gear Sets are made utilizing modern machining and heat treating for added strength and miles of trouble-free service.
Also Available: JEGS Ring & Pinion Setup Tool Kit
By having the option to buy a JEGS installation kit with the JEGS gear sets, it has never been easier to install a ring and pinion.
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