Winters Performance 6-Bolt Quick Change Rear End, 4.12 Ring and Pinion
Grand National, Winters Quick Change, Winters V8 Quick Change, Rear Position, 4.12:1 Gear Ratio
- Ring and pinion has a 4.12:1 gear ratio
- Has a 31-spline ultra-light aluminum spool
- Seals are low drag and has 6-rib side bells
- Housing is made from magnesium and overall width measures 60"
- Kit includes Winters platinum Grand National hubs, bearings and seals
These lightweight 6 bolt rear ends come with a number of friction reducing options. These are thermal coated and constructed of steel.
- 31-spline ultra-light aluminum spool
- Sprint center magnesium case
- 4.12 ring and pinion
- Thermal coated
- 6-rib side bells
- Steel 3" tubes with Grand National ends
- Low drag seals
Note: These rear-ends are 60" wide with pinion on center.
The complete rear-ends come with:
- Bare rear listed above
- Winter platinum 2-1/2" Grand National hubs, bearings and seals
- Aluminum drive plates
- 31-spline gun drilled axle
- .810 brake rotors
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