Originally posted by Black Dog:
[QB]If it's big and round with a drop out center, and a removable cover with 10 bolts holding it on, it is an
Eaton axle that was used by GM from about 1947 until 1970 or so. If you have a copy of the new 4 Wheeler, look at the rear axle in Brian Waddel's (sp?) Suburban.
There is no removable cover on the back side but it looks big and kinda oval round
I think thats more then a rumor, I've seen a toy diff with chevy carrier in it and a toy 6cyl with chevy intakeOriginally posted by Black Dog:
<STRONG>Yeah, real old Chevy car and truck axles were drop out style. Sounds like it's not an Eaton. I have heard that Toyota copied that old Chevy design on the original Land Cruisers (along with the inline 6 engine), and that is where the original Toy drop out axle design came from.</STRONG>