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Old 07-27-2016, 11:18 PM   #1
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Hi, Which Chevy truck has the same (Full Rear end) including the axles and the brakes like the 1994 Cadillac Fleet Wood. It is a 14 bolt rear end? I am having hard time finding Cadillac Fleetwood with 14 bolt differential in the junk yards. Thank you very much
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I would look for a 3/4 ton suburban some of them had 14 bolts
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a rearend from a truck would most likely need to be narrowed though you would find the 14 bolt in a 3/4 or 1 ton truck
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IT like the only bolt in would be a 1991 - 1996 Fleetwood i am sure you could use the more common 10 bolt unless its like a Hurst or a 6 door model
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IT like the only bolt in would be a 1991 - 1996 Fleetwood i am sure you could use the more common 10 bolt unless its like a Hurst or a 6 door model
or maybe a 12 bolt or dana 60 but 12 bolt is gm so better choice I think.
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Ok sure if your going custom just get 9 inch ford for $2500 .
But that will exceed what the car is worth wont it ?
Pick n Pull 10 bolt will hold up find for $100
Unless you plan to abuse the car
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Thank you guys for the Info.
It'* a 6 door limousine.
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Is the housing damaged or what happen to it ran with no lub? or is it making noise? or???
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