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Mittler Brothers 1000-255

Mittler Brothers Symmetrical/Lamb Housing Ends Bore: 3.150"

407-1000-255

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$94.99
Mittler Brothers Symmetrical/Lamb Housing Ends Bore: 3.150" $94.99
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Symmetrical/Lamb Housing Ends
  • Bore: 3.150"
  • Bolt Holes: 3/8"
  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    1000-255

    All Mittler Brothers housing ends are machined from premium grade mild steel so there is no fear of cracking when MIG welding is used to attach to the housings.
    All housings are 1" Thick unless stated otherwise

    Pinion Angle Plate
    Just bolt the plate to the right side third member studs. Use a digital level to set pinion angle. The MB Pinion Angle Plate is a quick and simple method to check and set pinion angle. Use this when first setting up chassis or making bar changes. This will allow you to maintain this critical angle. Smart Tool (Digital Level) Not Included.

    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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