One of the few drawbacks when building a '60s-era GM truck is the limited amount of choices when it comes to updating the rear axle assembly. Since the majority of these trucks came from the factory with manual transmissions, they usually are found to have a rather deep rear gear ratio. Now if you're a stoplight racer or use your truck to haul or tow heavy loads, then a low gear ratio is generally a good thing. This Scrap Books discusses the 6 lug to 5 lug conversion. There are many choices to swapping out rear-ends and this book discusses the best choices. Many options are discussed and measurements on many rear-ends are given. Save time, money, and trial. Get the right upgrade or replacement rear-end the first time.
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