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Gearing Question on Front Corp 10 Bolt

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Stoopalini, Feb 8, 2001.

  1. Stoopalini

    Stoopalini 1/2 ton status

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    Is it possible to put a 4.10 R&P set into a front corp 10 bolt?

    If so, anyidea where I can get a set?

    Thomas.

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  2. ftn96

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    AAAAHHH, Yes sir, you can. You can order a set from Jegs, Nationaldrivetrain, Summit, 4wheelparts, etc etc. They will run you anywhere from $125 to 157.99. the 157 ones are from Jegs and are richmond gears. I just bought the exact same thing for my Corp 10 bolt front. then the install kit will cost you about 79.99.

    Will work for beer, parts and tools.
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  3. kpanza

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    Yes sir! I have 4.56 in mine, I went with US Gear...just watch out for the "el cheapos" out there...stick with someone like Richmond, US GEAR, etc, it's better to pay a little more for quality up front.
     
  4. Stoopalini

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    ok, cool!

    So how difficult is the install? Anything I should be worried about if I do it myself?

    Thomas.

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  5. FWP

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    It's not too bad if you have the right tools. Bearing press, bearing splitter, good puller, micrometer and dial indicator. Mark everything, and use the same shim thicknesses for the initial setup.

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