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need axle information by TM
Started on: 09-11-2014 11:21 PM
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Last post by: 86soon3.4 on 09-11-2014 11:35 PM
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I am at the point of desperation. I have purchased just about every part I can think of, the axles are what is holding me back. I have tried researching every article and keep coming up short with the information for the specific axles combination applications . I am trying to keep the down time to a minimum as this is my daily driver.

I am using a 4T60 out of a 1991 Park Ave. The tag on the trans has 611wmh w5742 on it and measures approximately 22" from seal to seal. The engine I am using is a chevy 350 .

Does any one have the axles for sale to this application?

I would greatly appreciate any help.

Thank you for your time.
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I used axle shafts from a Pontiac 6000 if I remember correctly. They were a direct fit.

A1 CARDONE PN 601078 - LEFT side drive axle
A1 CARDONE PN 601115 - RIGHT side drive axle


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