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Old August 26th, 2015, 07:51 PM
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Type O 3.23 ring and pinon

From a Rallye 350 that was wrecked in the front about 1977 and sat. I bought the axle (and some other things) about 14 years ago and it sat indoors while I've owned it. Don't need this ring and pinon. Good shape.
$250 plus shipping.

finally have some pics (thats paper stuck on the pinon)



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Have the open carrier it was on too if anyone is interested in that

and a pic of the carrier

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That wouldn't swap into a mud 60's big car 88/98, would it? I'd think not, but am ignorant about diffs...
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I don't believe so as those are bigger rears, but I'm not 100%
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Only 330/350-powered Delmont and Delta 88's from 67-70 used the 8.5" type O - even then you'd have to check to be sure which model rear end was actually in it.
My '67 has a 8.2" type P while my '68 has the 8.5" type O.
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Originally Posted by copper128 View Post
Only 330/350-powered Delmont and Delta 88's from 67-70 used the 8.5" type O - even then you'd have to check to be sure which model rear end was actually in it.
My '67 has a 8.2" type P while my '68 has the 8.5" type O.

Was there a BOP 8.2 type O and how do you tell the difference between type P and type O.

I have what I believe is a BOP 8.2 with 2:78 gears. would that be a type P or a type O ?
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Type O rear was manufactured by Olds division and came in 8-1/2" 10-bolt gear (12-bolt cover) for A-body and 9-3/8" 12-bolt gear for B & C-body use.

here's some ID help: http://www.supercarsunlimited.com/in...id/diff_id.htm
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Type O rear was manufactured by Olds division and came in 8-1/2" 10-bolt gear (12-bolt cover) for A-body and 9-3/8" 12-bolt gear for B & C-body use.

here's some ID help: http://www.supercarsunlimited.com/in...id/diff_id.htm
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Dang it, that's just what I've been trying to procure here in Oz.
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these will be at the BOPC swap in St. Charles, IL later this month for those local who want to save on shipping
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Re: axles

Do you still have the axles? If so what year was the car? Was it a type o rear?
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I thought the original post was pretty clear. But to answer your questions, yes have one of the original axle shafts, I sold the other to a friend a while ago. 1970 Rallye 350. It's the original type O
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ring and pinon sold

carrier still available. carrier fits 3.23 and 3.08
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carrier still available. carrier fits 3.23 and 3.08


I can't tell for certain from the picture - is the casting number 156? I would like to add this info to my O-Type database.
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Yes it's 156. the 69 PIM shows it fits only 3.08 and 3.23
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Thanks. The limited slip carrier numbers are well known but the open carrier numbers are harder to find.
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