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Old 11-01-2006, 06:36 PM   #1
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Basically I am wondering if the nose drives are different between 92/93 and 94/95? I might have a chance to pick up a 95 SC, but the nose drive is messed up. Rotors appeared to be good though. I have a spare nose drive at home though.

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Canadian supercharger lists different part numbers for 92-93 vs 94-95 and 96-98 vs 99-00

While that might mean that they are different.. I thought 96-02 were identical.
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I've had both in my hands at the same time and couldn't see any differences. One thing I have noticed, though, that a 92/93 pulley slides off its nosedrive much easier than it slides on/off a 94/95 nosedrive.
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i had asked Bill W a while back for the same reasons that you ask Geoff and he had told me that the Gen 2 and the Gen 3 M62 noses are the same
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