GM rear end information
Mar 16, 2018 10:16 AM - 502 Views
When it comes to Chevrolet rear ends, it’s the 12-bolt that seems to get all the accolades. Rightfully so, because when comparing the 10 and 12-bolt units, it’s definitely the more durable of the two. That’s usually proven when used in high-performance, high-horsepower applications. But for all intents and purposes, the 10-bolt rear end is a great unit for a street/strip car, and can be stout enough to handle even the occasional abuse delivered by use at the racetrack. Here are a few photos to help in the identification and also some measurements. Willie Moore StreetRodding.com
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