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Winters Performance 7224 Pro-Eliminator Rearend Seal Side Bell
Winters Performance 7224 Pro-Eliminator Rearend Seal Side Bell

Winters Performance 7224 Pro-Eliminator Rearend Seal Side Bell

Winters Pro Eliminator, 2.62" Inside Diameter, 4.13" Outside Diameter, .38" Overall Thickness

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  • Inside diameter measures 2.62" and the outside diameter is 4.13"
  • This pro eliminator side seal bell has an overall thickness measuring .38"

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Inside Diameter:
2.62"
Outside Diameter:
4.13"
Overall Thickness:
.38"
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Each

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These Pro-Eliminator rearend replacement parts are in stock and ready to order.

  • Seal Side Bell

Quick Change Gear Sets, part number 91711-..., which is #41 on the diagram link below, are located elsewhere on this website.

Note: This part is for sale because we either do not carry this product anymore or never have carried this brand/style before. Damages will be noted if applicable.

 Pro Eliminator Rear End Diagram (GIF)

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Pro-Eliminator Item Number 9 in Figure

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  • Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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  • A short article explaining the main differences between open and limited slip differentials.
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