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Old 07-02-2019, 04:27 PM   #1
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Spicer Dana 3.91 Differential gears

Ok, Ive decided to go with software and a new TCM for my 2000 Amtran with the MD3060 to get the 6th gear enabled. If you have a 643 or 545 or one of the non over drive transmission you might be interested in these gears.

This is a brand new set of World America ring and pinion for a Spicer/Dana N175, N190, N210, N320, N400.

The part number is 1665359C91

This will require a bolt kit to reattach the ring gear to the differential carrier and a bearing kit or 3 bearings for the installation of the pinion gear.

This is about 100lbs and can be expensive to ship but I am more than willing to box it up and ship it if you cant come by and pick it up.

Feel free to call or text me at 801-897-6560

Im asking $300 for the set plus shipping or just come to Utah and pick it up.

Thank You
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Old 07-02-2019, 05:29 PM   #2
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Heck of a good setup for someone needing to upgrade to highway gears.
If mine wasn't already at 3.42 I'd be all over that deal!
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