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  1. #1
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    12 Bolt Identification

    I’m looking at a 12 bolt rear end for my 69 Camaro and got the identification numbers off the housing, they are:
    BP 5 19 G
    8852980N
    583/8” flange to flange

    Does anybody know if this rear end will work for me and what did it originally come out of? I tried to upload pictures but can’t figure out how to do it. Any help would be appreciated



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    Here is a good link. http://www.camaros.org/drivetrain.shtml#AxleCodes

    I am thinking of selling the one I pulled from my 69. Pictures attached. It has brackets welded on to it for a ridetech 4-link (old style). 4:10 posi in a 3 series carrier and a 1350 yoke.
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    1969 Camaro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motobrewmaster View Post
    Here is a good link. http://www.camaros.org/drivetrain.shtml#AxleCodes

    I am thinking of selling the one I pulled from my 69. Pictures attached. It has brackets welded on to it for a ridetech 4-link (old style). 4:10 posi in a 3 series carrier and a 1350 yoke.
    That is a nice 12 bolt but 4.11 is to low for what need. The rear end in question Im looking at is off a 66-67 Nova at 57.75 and a 69 Camaro is 60.00 I dont think it would work, does anybody have any input on this?

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    I found out the 12 rear I got is out of an early Nova with a late casting in 1965, 3.07 open differential. I think this would be better in the car it was designed for since I was told it’s a very rare differential so it will go up for sale. I’ll still be looking for a 12 bolt for my Camaro

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    If u decide to sell it let me know I might be interested in buying it. DM me if u decide to sell it

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    Quote Originally Posted by motobrewmaster View Post
    here is a good link. http://www.camaros.org/drivetrain.shtml#axlecodes

    i am thinking of selling the one i pulled from my 69. Pictures attached. It has brackets welded on to it for a ridetech 4-link (old style). 4:10 posi in a 3 series carrier and a 1350 yoke.
    1969 Camaro