Rear end id help

Old November 24th, 2018, 01:40 PM
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Rear end id help

I have been looking all morning but I cannot find any info about my rear. It is from my 69 442 convertible. I cannot find a 2 letter code. Here is what is on the front passenger tube:

The engine and trans were not original. They were both late 70s. Would not be surprised if it was also swapped.

here are the only other numbers i can find, and the whole axle.




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Old November 24th, 2018, 06:28 PM
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So it's a 10 bolt rear, which wasn't original equipment on a 1969 442, but need pictures of the side of the center section and the pinion flange to positively ID it.
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Chevy 10 bolt 8.2 rear
Housing casting date G 30 1
1971 year (1 )
day 30th (30)
July month (G 7th month)
GNC ( 3.08 ratio ) 224 (224th day of the year) August 12, 1971 (Thu) 1 (1st shift)
No Posi
28 spline c-clip axle rear
Normally found in a chevelle, Monte carlo or Elcamino

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1310 yoke 1970 -1972 New style Chevy.
That is all the info for you.

Chevy 8.2 10 bolt fits all 1968-1972 A-body GM direct to chevy or with u-joint conversion yoke with BOP... 1971 1972 Buick and olds will need a drive shaft lengthening.

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Thanks for the help everyone. I assume that I would order brakes from a 71 Chevelle, or is it likely the brake parts were swapped from the original axle? or are they all the same?
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Brakes

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Thanks for the help everyone. I assume that I would order brakes from a 71 Chevelle, or is it likely the brake parts were swapped from the original axle? or are they all the same?
Essentially the same... BUT there were optional different brake wheel cylinder diameters... 7/8" 15/16" 1" so depending on how crazy you want the originality to be that is about it.
Also riveted and bonded shoes.
It sounds like you just want to get on the road and have some fun though so - call around for pricing all hardware kits are the same 65-72 if you can not find any of that instock
1995-2004 S-10 brakes will also bolt right up. If you can not wait for some one to order up the chevelle brakes.

Shoes, Wheel cylinder hardware kit l r adjuster kits 95-2004 will bolt right up to the a-body f body 9.5 x 2 backing plates. DO not mix and match s-10 to chevelle brake parts though use totally one or the other parts list.

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