- Fits gm 8.5 in. diameter, 10-bolt ring gear differentials with 30-spline rear axles
- Note: this unit requires the use of 1999 or later model carrier bearings such as JEGS part number 718-sb10 or (2) of JEGS part number 683-lm102949 & (2) 683-lm102910
- Combines an exclusive EGS yellow 4-spring pack and Raybestos composite clutches for better traction and more controlled power transfer
- Fully rebuildable and assembled with state-of-the-art technology and real-world testing for superior control on the road
- Made in USA with high-quality components and assembly
Would this fit my 98 gmc k1500 suburban with a 3.42 gear ratio?
Will this fit a 2001 Chevy Silverado 5.3 1500 4x4? 11:41 ratio
Will this fit 2006 2WD Chevrolet Silverado 1500?
Would this fit a 09 Silverado 10 bolt rear end?
Does this fit a 1992 c1500 ten bolt rear end
What carrier shims are required? I have a 94 c1500 and the shims I have don’t work because this diff take a 99 and up bearing and the sight difference won’t let my bearings spin when the caps are completely tight and the shims are in.
What is the spring pressures of jegs yellow? Are they 200, 400, and or 600 and do you use the Eaton parts to rebuild or is there a different kit for rebuilds?
dose it require additive
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