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1963-1979 Iron Differentials Stock, Special Heavy Duty PartsRead more
1963-1982 Rear Trailing Arm Assemblies with LifeTime WarrantiesRead more
1980-1982 Dana 44 Differentials Stock, Special Gear Ratios, Heavy Duty PositractionsRead more
1984 to 1996 Dana 36 Differentials Stock and Heavy DutyRead more
1984-1996 Dana 44HD Differentials Stock and Modified for Sever Track useRead more
1997 to 2007 GetRag Differentials Stock and Special Gear RatiosRead more
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Corvette Parts looked into producing forged Corvette 1963-1982 rear axles in 1992 because of the ever increasing cost of GM stock axles and the reputation of low strength. Material strength was the major factor, stock axles were not the best for high output engines, especially when used for the track.
There were two driveline specialists turning out “super stock” rear kits where axles were turned from 4340 material from solid stock. Corvette Parts was one and Tom’s Differentials was the other. This type of manufacture for axles, (lathe
cut from solid stock), was very costly and since it cut through the material grain lines it was not nearly as strong as a forging where grain lines follow form.
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Corvette Parts looked into producing forged Corvette 1963-1982 rear axles in 1992 because of the ever increasing cost of GM stock axles and the reputation of low strength.