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9 Inch 1310 Pinion Yoke, 5" Long

I'm building a highway gear 9 inch and need to match the yoke on my current setup. The 1310 is available in two lengths, 4" and 5" OAL. I need the 5" long model.

1310 series
3.219 inches wide ( 3 7/32 inches )
2 bearing caps are 1.0625 inch ( 1 1/16 inch ) diameter
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Thanks. I've found a few new for a cool hundy, but I was hoping somebody had a used one for a bit less cash.

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There are 2 types of people, those who own pickups and those who borrow them.

69 M code Mach 1, 393w AFR 185, C5 trans, 3.50 traction lok N case, 13" 01Cobra 4 wheel disc, QA1 4 wheel coil covers, Chromo tube susp arms, Triangulated rear arms, Convertible inner rockers & seat riser, 6 point roll bar.


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