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Yogi, or someone, need your help!

Im trying to regear my truck, and just stumbled on this whole problem with the yoke and pinion nut..anyone have the part numbers I need? Help!

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Brian did u get ahold of Ronn - did you call Marlin?

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Im trying to regear my truck, and just stumbled on this whole problem with the yoke and pinion nut..anyone have the part numbers I need? Help!

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Hey.... I just bought a flange from Marlin Crawler.

MC-14661, Triple Drilled Differential Flange, $35
YOu can find it on this page:
http://www.marlincrawler.com/htm/diff/pickup_diff.htm

Whats nice about it is you have several different options for driveshaft flanges. Hope it helps.

Yogi


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Im trying to regear my truck, and just stumbled on this whole problem with the yoke and pinion nut..anyone have the part numbers I need? Help!

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