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Re: rear ends for 122 4 years 3 months ago #780

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'67 Jeepster Comando has the same diff...

www.jeep-cj.com/forums/f2/jeepster-15317/

...which makes for easier shopping...

tinyurl.com/nz65lpe

George Dill

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Re: rear ends for 122 4 years 3 months ago #781

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Thanks George!

I wasn't sure which jeep might be compatible. I'll keep you posted.

Tommy

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Re: rear ends for 122 4 years 3 months ago #782

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zvolvo123 wrote: Thanks George!

I wasn't sure which jeep might be compatible. I'll keep you posted.

Tommy


Looking here...

tinyurl.com/o6wlfqk

...we see a cheapo, straight-cut (noisy!) gear set at 3.73 ratio applicable to '67-'73 Jeep Commando AND '70-'81 Volvo 140/160.

This set MAY fit the Dana 30 in your '67 Amazon but a better solution is available.

I am still searching for the Volvo Part Number for the exact gear set for Dana 30 in your Y/M Volvo.

One note I saw on a 4X4 site stated that the Dana 30 diff case originally fitted with 3.73, 4.10, etc. would not accept gear sets 3.53, 3.07, etc.

More later.

George Dill

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