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Old 11-29-2012, 08:18 PM
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Identify Rear Axle?

I'm in the process of trying to sell my old rear axle, but I have no clue what it originally came off of.

The numbers stamped on the axle are 22606822b (pic attached)

It's possible it originally came off of a Monte Carlo, but I have no sure way of knowing.

Anyone have an idea?

Thanks,

-A
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I'm in the process of trying to sell my old rear axle, but I have no clue what it originally came off of.

The numbers stamped on the axle are 22606822b (pic attached)

It's possible it originally came off of a Monte Carlo, but I have no sure way of knowing.

Anyone have an idea?

Thanks,

-A
Looks like a 7.5" GM. More info here on ID'ing it, and here to check the gear ratio- people buying it will want to know the ratio and whether it's a posi or not.
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Great info. Thanks for the links.
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You're welcome! Forgot to add that it's from a coil spring car (has the cast-in upper control arm mounts).
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Looks like a G body 7.5 to me too.
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@big gear head: The G Body would make sense considering the previous owner used a G-Body (Monte Carlo) front clip on the truck.

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