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My apologies to Bob (CB750)


It turns out the 26 spline diff is a 3.92, not a 3.62 which I bought it as.


So up for sale again correctly advertised.


3.92 diff, 26 spline for push in driveshafts (not included).... £50


Ideal for any 16v engined car, Zetec, Duratec, Redtop etc.

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Sorry Joe,

they are going to Macavvy

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