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Old 01-10-2009, 08:46 PM
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I'll do that, I'll problably just buy it if they have it, cant be to expensive and then ill know for sure everything will work. Thanks ProStreet, you have helped me out more then anybody has this week, I tried calling richmond and other gear and axles companys and they all told me that if its a different part # it will most likely not work. Do you have a company in oregon or? Thanks again!

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I'll do that, I'll problably just buy it if they have it, cant be to expensive and then ill know for sure everything will work. Thanks ProStreet, you have helped me out more then anybody has this week, I tried calling richmond and other gear and axles companys and they all told me that if its a different part # it will most likely not work. Do you have a company in oregon or? Thanks again!
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Well if I ever need some parts(which I do quite Frequently it seems) or anything I will surely let you know!
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The 7.5 up to 81 used a different rear pinion bearing (89449/410 instead of 89249/210). I think pinion seal is the same up till 1999 in the cars. Does the kit come with both pinion bearings?
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The 7.5 up to 81 used a different rear pinion bearing (89449/410 instead of 89249/210). I think pinion seal is the same up till 1999 in the cars. Does the kit come with both pinion bearings?
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2043 is a 8.5 10bolt seal used in trucks up till 99. The 8610 seal is used in all 7.5 up till 99 also. The rear pinion bearing cup and cone is different in a 7.5 up till 81. The gears and other bearings are the same.
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Here are some pics of what i got, the # that is on my seal is...NOK UH0525E. Hope this helps a little!
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Any parts application guide can tell you if the parts you have are correct. Go to Autozone.com and check a 1980 MonteCarlo with a 7.5 and compare to a 1996 Camaro. The rear cup and cone are different. One has a 3.0" OD race and the other is 3.125" OD. The seal and other bearings are the same. Or send the kit back and get the right one.
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