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Old August 27th, 2007, 06:49 AM   #1
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Talking SOLD - SRW 14-bolt FF, 4.10, Gov-lok

Complete, ratio verified on the ring. $100. Drums are stuck (as usual), but I did not see any other issues. Easily loaded by forklift. Can be delivered a reasonable distance for gas $.

Nice bolt-in gearing upgrade for your 79-87 Chevy with crappy 3.08 or 3.42's, especially if it sees the road.




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Old August 27th, 2007, 02:53 PM   #2
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wish u were fawkin closer
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Is it possible to put a spool in a Gov Lock Diff ?? If so i'll prob swipe this up from you
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Old August 27th, 2007, 10:56 PM   #4
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Is it possible to put a spool in a Gov Lock Diff ?? If so i'll prob swipe this up from you
I hear Google might make a kit for that.
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Ok thanks for that help Maybe google can help me find someone selling one that's more helpful
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Meh, doesn't seem like the sellers job to me, but i dnno.
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Apparently its not working very well.
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Most people trying to sell something will be at least a little helpful. Pissing off the buyer isn't usually a good strategy to sell something.
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Im still tempted to buy this i got a ARC welder i can find a way to lock that fucker ! PLus i wana meet Marc he sounds like a rather interesting Character !
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Can you tell how much I care? If he doesn't buy it, that just means I still have it to install into the Suburban.

Personally, I wouldn't waste a gov-lok by welding it. I'd just rebuild it tight so it pretty much doesn't slip in a light vehicle.
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