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WTB: dana 36 or dana 44 conversion

 
Old 01-16-2019, 07:31 PM
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Recently ran into some trouble with the rear in my car, currently has a dana 36 with 2.59 gear. looking to buy either a dana 36 center section. Or a dana 44 center section with batwing, driveshaft and c-beam. located in Long Island New York and willing to drive ~350 miles or will pay for freight shipping.
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Old 01-17-2019, 10:23 AM
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Recently ran into some trouble with the rear in my car, currently has a dana 36 with 2.59 gear. looking to buy either a dana 36 center section. Or a dana 44 center section with batwing, driveshaft and c-beam. located in Long Island New York and willing to drive ~350 miles or will pay for freight shipping.
I have a 36 with batwing with 2.59 from my 93 with 69K miles.in South Jersey

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Old 01-17-2019, 02:52 PM
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I have a Dana 36 2:59 center section, I also have a Dana 44 3:45 center section and C beam, but not the batwing. Virginia Beach.
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Contact Mark at Mirrock Corvette or Dino at Corvette Salvage both Dot coms. It does not cost all that much to have it shipped, especially if the c-beam, drive shaft and batwing are shipped as one package and the diff case as another. By splitting them, you have the weight of the diff, but in a smaller package, and the not so much weight of the other parts that can be bundled together into a package that is not so big.

This is how mine was shipped to me.
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Old 02-07-2019, 10:31 AM
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Hi.

I also have a Dana 36 center section with a 2.59:1 gear ratio. Worked fine! I have no need for it, I'll sell it cheap! PM me if interested.

Located in Cleveland, Ohio.

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Old 02-08-2019, 01:22 PM
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I have a Dana36 with 3.08 performance ratio, stock, out of my 1994. Center section and bat wing, or just center. You could probably drive to me and save on shipping.

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