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Winters Performance SR2525 SR2980 56 Inch Quickchange Rear End, Plain
Winters Performance SR2525 SR2980 56 Inch Quickchange Rear End, Plain

Winters Performance SR2525 SR2980 56 Inch Quickchange Rear End, Plain

Winters Quick Change, Rear Position, Semi-Floating Axle Type, 56" Overall Width

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Winters Performance SR2525 SR2980 56 Inch Quickchange Rear End, Plain
Winters Performance SR2525 SR2980 56 Inch Quickchange Rear End, Plain
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Position:
Rear
Axle Type:
Semi-Floating
Overall Width:
56"
Differential Included:
Yes
Differential Type:
Limited Slip
Ring Gear Size:
10 Inch
Gear Ratio:
4.12:1
Axle Splines:
31
Bolt Pattern:
Dual: 5 on 4.5" | 4.75"
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Rear-end is capable of handling 1000 Horse power & 1000 ft.lbs. of torque and has a 10" ring gear.

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Winter's Championship rear end is available with either plain or fully polished housing, six-rib side bells and standard rear cover. Features a standard driveshaft yoke, heat treated lower shaft, 31-spline Winters Track posi differential, and a 4.12:1 ring and pinion.

Housing ends are standard 3.15" big Ford and include 2.5" offset axles. Axles drilled for both 5 on 4-1/2" and 5 on 4-3/4" bolt patterns. Measures 56" from axle flange to axle flange and requires our part # 80285 10-spline quick change gears.

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