Winters 6-Bolt Rear Cover QC Rear End, 4.12 Inch Ring and Pinion
Grand National, Winters Quick Change, Rear Position, Full Floating Axle Type, 60" Overall Width
Check out these 6-bolt rear cover quick changes with 4.12 inch ring and pinions from Winters Performance. These come with 2-7/8" large hub and bearings friction reducing options.
- 4.12" Ring and Pinion
- 31-spline ultralight aluminum spool
- Spring center magnesium case
- Thermal Coated
- 6-rib side bells
- Steel 3" tubes with Grand National ends
- Low drag seals
- Lightweight 3" tubes with 2-7/8" bearings
- Winter platinum 2-7/8" Grand National hubs, bearings and seals
- Steel drive plates
- 31-spline gun drilled axle
- .810" brake rotors
802-8341 Winters Tube and Bell Bolt Kit
802-3602 Winters 2-7/8" Drive Flange
802-86822 Winters 2-7/8 Bearing Cup
802-86821 Winters 2-7/8" Bearing Cone
802-3916 2-7/8" Axle Tube 24-1/4"
802-3935 Winters 2-7/8" Hub Kit
802-8423 O-ring for 2-7/8" Drive Plate
802-8447 O-ring for 6-bolt Billet Cover
802-3269 Winters 2-7/8" Nut Wrench
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