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3:90 or 4:11 Side Loader Neue Klasse Differential Needed


JimVO

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There is 2 kinds. 
Do you need the one where the guibo is  mounted to input shaft of differential Or like 2002 and later style where guibo is at the transmission side?

I got one of each 

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1 hour ago, JimVO said:

Yes, there are two types and you're spot-on as to what I wish to accomplish. I want to place the guibo behind the 245 and use a universal at the diff., 2002 style. I need the side loader which has a four ear input  flange.

Thanks,

 

Jim

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