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'73 G10 axle shaft #741835
October 21st 2018 4:01 pm
October 21st 2018 4:01 pm
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I have a 1973 G10 with a 12 bolt axle. I need a new axle shaft but I'm having a problem finding the correct shaft. The part stores only list a shaft with a 5x5 bolt pattern, the '73 G10 has a 5x4.75 bolt pattern. The shaft I removed from the van has 30 splines and is roughly 33 3/8" long. Does anyone know what I need to tell the part stores to get the correct shaft?

Thanks

Last edited by Spaceballer; October 21st 2018 4:02 pm.
Re: '73 G10 axle shaft [Re: Spaceballer] #741837
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Welcome to the site Baller...

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Re: '73 G10 axle shaft [Re: Spaceballer] #741845
October 21st 2018 6:02 pm
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A trip to a GM parts department may lead you in the right direction with the proper part numbers. Last week I needed rear end work on one of my Chevy's. The parts store couldn't tell the size by looking at it and their computers couldn't find the original factory numbers. A couple minutes at the local Chevy dealer and I had the numbers to take to Advance Auto.


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