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Motive Gear R7.5GR GM 7.5 In 10 Bolt Ring Pinion Install Kit-27 Spline
Motive Gear R7.5GR GM 7.5 In 10 Bolt Ring Pinion Install Kit-27 Spline

Motive Gear R7.5GR GM 7.5 In 10 Bolt Ring Pinion Install Kit-27 Spline

GM 7.5 Inch 10-Bolt

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Motive Gear R7.5GR GM 7.5 In 10 Bolt Ring Pinion Install Kit-27 Spline
Motive Gear R7.5GR GM 7.5 In 10 Bolt Ring Pinion Install Kit-27 Spline
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Motive Gear R7.5GR GM 7.5 In 10 Bolt Ring Pinion Install Kit-27 Spline
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  • Pinion nut, washer, and seal all come with the kit
  • Specially designed for 1981-Up 7.5" rear axle applications
  • Includes everything you need for a complete ring and pinion installation job

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GTIN Code:
698231034866

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Everything you need for a complete ring and pinion installation job.

Kit Includes:

  • cover gasket
  • crush sleeve
  • marking compound and brush
  • pinion and carrier bearings
  • pinion nut and washer
  • pinion seal
  • thread locking compound
  • sealer
  • side case and pinion bearings
  • pinion crush sleeve
  • seal and pinion nut
  • Also comes with lock tite and pattern marking compound and gasket.

Note: Pinion-depth shims are not included. 

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For 1981-Up 7.5" rear axle applications. Kit contains pinion bearings M86649 & HM89249. NOT applicable for pre-1981 applications.
27 Spline Pinion

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