Winters Performance 8021037 Spiral Bevel Sprint Car Rear End
Rear Position, Single Shaft Axle Type, Differential Included, 10 Inch Ring Gear Size
- Available in several ratios to custom fir your project
- Comes with a 6 bolt billet aluminum, o-ringed gear cover
- This full radius ground tooth increases tooth strength in both the ring and pinion
- Housing is made from magnesium and has a hi-temp black finish for added looks and corrosion resistance
- The ground surface contact pattern makes it the most efficient 10 Inch, 4.12 ring and pinion ever offered
Leave your competition in the dust with the first spiral bevel ground gear ever offered in a Sprint Car rear end! Winters Performance newest Sprint Car Rear will exceed your expectations and meet your most demanding needs.
The pit resistant, full radius ground tooth increases tooth strength in both the Ring and Pinion. Ground surface contact pattern makes it the most efficient 10 Inch, 4.12 Ring and Pinion ever offered. With a redesigned center section and a 6 Bolt billet aluminum, o-ringed gear cover with old school logo, you'll take one look and agree, this is the best one yet!
- Choose internal coupler or swivel spline
- Choose your ratio
- 1st spiral bevel ground gear offered
- Full radius ground tooth
- Redesigned center section
- Sealed bearing
- Posi-lock pinion lock
- Roller nose bearing
- 412 or 486 ring & pinion
- Steel internal or swivel coupler
- Lightweight axle
- Thermal coating
- Front bearing liner
Parts List (PDF)
Parts Diagram (PDF)
Q & A
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