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Old 02-26-2011, 03:47 PM
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Yes, there are 2 more in the differential bearing bore inside the center casting.

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i think i have my whole parts list for the posi, can anyone give me some more info if i missed something? the rear end housing is completely empty and nothing came with it besides the brake setup.

1. posi unit
2.ring & pinion gears
3. ring & pinion gear install kit
4. pinion yolk
5. pinion nut
6. axles
7. axle seals/axle bearings
8. wheel studs
9. differential cover
10.differential cover gasket
11. differential cover bolts

does anyone recomend an differential cover like this one from summit ?

or should i stick with a stock style one?
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Old 02-27-2011, 03:02 PM
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The pinion nut and cover gasket will be in the installation kit, but the yoke and kit will not have a pinion washer with them. You will probably have to get the washer from another rear end or get one new.
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The girdle cover is a nice addition, but I wouldn't spend the extra to get it unless you intend to shove more than 550hp through the rear or hit it with a trans brake or high rpm clutch drops with a manual trans.

Certainly doesn't hurt anything if you want to have it however.
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The girdle cover is a nice addition, but I wouldn't spend the extra to get it unless you intend to shove more than 550hp through the rear or hit it with a trans brake or high rpm clutch drops with a manual trans.

Certainly doesn't hurt anything if you want to have it however.
Alright it can wait, i wasnt really too sure about them and if it was a necessity but i can always save up and swap it in later
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