Re: Source for 83/4 Sure Grip Gears
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Re: Source for 83/4 Sure Grip Gears



Mark

I've followed this thread with great interest. The dialog has been a real education. If you can, look up a copy of "Mopar Action" August 2016. Ehrenberg did a pretty in depth re-build of a 741 SG pig. I think it will be a good reference for you.

Good Luck!
Lyle

On Friday, October 14, 2016 at 8:49:28 AM UTC-4, hmse...@xxxxxxx wrote:
Starting to rebuild the components for my 62 Plymouth,413,auto
I have the rear end disassembled and cleaned.I have 2.73 std gears .I want to replace with a 3.54 sure grip for the street use only.
I plan to use the stock axles and 14" drums brakes on the rear, but use the drum conversion kit.
What is the most reliable New Gear sure grip set package that I use?
Mark

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