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Winters Midget Pro Eliminator Rear End, 378 Ratio, 44/3 Offset
Winters Midget Pro Eliminator Rear End, 378 Ratio, 44/3 Offset

Winters Midget Pro Eliminator Rear End, 378 Ratio, 44/3 Offset

Winters Pro Eliminator, Rear Position, Single Shaft Axle Type, Differential Included

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Winters Midget Pro Eliminator Rear End, 378 Ratio, 44/3 Offset
Winters Midget Pro Eliminator Rear End, 378 Ratio, 44/3 Offset
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Position:
Rear
Axle Type:
Single Shaft
Differential Included:
Yes
Gear Ratio:
3.78:1
Axle Splines:
31
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This is garage sale priced because it has 36 spline axles.

NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS   

 

The Winters Pro Eliminator is the current "State-of-the-Art" rear end used in all midget racing. The right hand bell is part of the case which allows the case to be both stronger and lighter.

Check out these standard features:

  • Magnesium case
  • 44" off 3 aluminum axle
  • 36 spline axle
  • Pinion posi-lock nut assembly
  • Pinion nose roller bearing
  • Steel internal coupler
  • 3.78 R&P.

    IMPORTANT SHIPPING NOTE: The rear end will ship by truck freight.

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

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