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Yukon Gear YDGGM7.5-3-26-SM Dura Grip Positraction, GM 7.5/7.625
Yukon Gear YDGGM7.5-3-26-SM Dura Grip Positraction, GM 7.5/7.625

Yukon Gear YDGGM7.5-3-26-SM Dura Grip Positraction, GM 7.5/7.625

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Yukon Gear YDGGM7.5-3-26-SM Dura Grip Positraction, GM 7.5/7.625
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Yukon Gear YDGGM7.5-3-26-SM Dura Grip Positraction, GM 7.5/7.625
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Carrier Style:
Clutch Type
Cover Bolts:
10
Axle Type:
GM
Axle Splines:
26
Carrier Material:
Nodular Iron
Bearings Included:
No
Sold in Quantity:
Each
MFG. Part #:
YDGGM7.5-3-26-SM
GTIN Code:
883584260172

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The Yukon Dura Grip provides aggressive yet smooth traction to give you the confidence and performance you need. Get longer life and better traction with the heavy duty Yukon Dura Grip Positraction. 
  • Fits GM 7.5" and 7.625" with 26 spline axles
  • 3.23 ratio and up only
  • 4-spring, clutch style positraction
  • Internal gears are manufactured using forged 4320 steel and cut to provide stronger teeth
  • Fully rebuildable
  • Assembled in the USA

Yukon recommends the use of high grade GL-5 gear oil and Yukon LSD (Limited Slip Differential) additive for long life and smooth operation. Part number OILADD. The use of synthetic oil is allowed but may result in aggressive or noisy operation.

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

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