I've been intrigued by that particular gear since I heard they used it on the Comp Coupe? I think they called it a 3.33? And when the Viper compatible set could no longer be found I believe there was a Vette option that could be used but required some mod, blah, blah, blah. I don't know how accurate any of that info is but it seems to me somebody somewhere could manufacture whatever is needed. So I searched "differential yoke manufacturer" and it turned up some interesting possibilities.
For that matter, I would think somebody somewhere would be capable of building a gear set.
The internet - the last bastion of free speech...sort of.
Says the guy in perfect retirement shape................
Not hardly. I’m hurting in places that haven’t hurt in years lol.
Originally Posted by Chuck 98 RT10
Is the 3.45 a direct replacement or do some mods need to be made? I have a 3.55. I kinda wanted a 3.33 and 3.45 for swapping between fast tracks and faster tracks, if I ever get back on a track.
I probably didn’t explain that well. I picked up a Mopar Performance diff from Mike that is freshly rebuilt and set up already with 3.45s. I swapped the stock bushings out for a set of poly’s, pulled the old diff and installed the new diff. Finished it up this afternoon.
Mike can probably answer your question better than I can.
Last edited by Red Snake; May 10th, 2019 at 04:50 PM.
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