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identify 10 bolt

Hi Can anyone out there identify my 10 bolt diff it has the following no,s on the lh axle tube ACB246 1 it is from a coil sprung car and has pressed on axle bearings? it is 2.73 ratio Cheers Frank

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Are you asking what axle it is? 7.5/7.625-8.2-8.5-8.875 type of thing?

What year of what kind of car did it come out of?
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its an 8.2 dia ringgear i would like to know what sort of car its out of if possible its 62 in drum to drum
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This is the application list I have for the 8.2 inch axle.
The list shows cars from 1955 through 1964 with the third member style housing (similar to the Ford 9 inch set-up), and the 1964 through 1972 with axles having the standard housing style with a stamped sheet metal cover that bolts to the back.

Buicks:
Regal, Century, Wildcat, Gran Sport, Lesabre, and Skylark.

Chevrolet:
Camaro, Impala, Chevelle, Nova, Caprice, Chevy II, El Camino, Malibu, Monte Carlo, Nomad, Corvette, and Biscayne.

Oldsmobile:
Cutlass, F85, 442, Hurst, and Regency.

Pontiac:
Grand Prix, Firebird, Lemans, GTO, Tempest, Trans Am, and Bonneville.
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