Re: Rear Axle Code
Everything really depends on what your goals are with this car: street, strip, road track, cruiser? With 400 ponys ( i suppose thats flywheel?) not rwhp. If its just street with a little fun I wouldn't hesitate to put a little money into your 10 bolt. I did, 1972 Chevelle, 350/350 3:36, posi, new bearings and seals, hardened axels, girdle, and brakes for less than 1K. Huge difference, great low end, stomped on it a few times - feels fantastic and moves the car pretty well. Don't underestimate that 10b.
1970-LS5, #28- Fathom Blue,TH400, original motor car.
1970- NOM, 496, M21, #48 Forest Green.
1972- Malibu, 350. TH350- original motor car, #43 Gulf Green.
Last edited by 70SSTHUMPER; Aug 20th, 19 at 12:17 AM.
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