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05-26-2005 05:39 AM
302 Z28

And bring lots of $$$$$$$$$$$$$

05-25-2005 10:36 PM
killerformula a new rear would be huge bux for that car. Probably about 2-3 grand. Rebuilding one, however, might cost you anywhere between 100-700 bucks depending on how bad the parts are...

05-25-2005 10:11 PM
Lonestar Rebuild it, just do your research and take the time to do it right. There are many good threads here that deal with this...use the search function.
05-25-2005 09:46 PM
new rearend ?

I was wondering if anyone knew a place that sells complete rearends for first gen camaros,

or if its possible to rebuild a stock one and for how much$$??

what would be the better route, i plan on using for street/strip

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