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1937 Super 8 differential identification
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Jorge Cardozo
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Hello all, still trying to identify all the parts on my 37 "Frankestein" .
I've noticed that it 've leaked lots of oil from the differential seal, now am in doubts, would it be the original 37 differential??
Or like everything else is another implant, need to order the seal, but don't know for what year , i've cleaned the best i could to find a number but not luck, so here are some pics, i hope someone can help, thanks

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Posted on: 4/24 18:54
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Re: 1937 Super 8 differential identification
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Just by physical appearance it looks to be an "Angleset" senior car rear axle assembly as would have been used in a 1937 Super Eight.

You should be able to find some identifying numbers on it, also either the gear set ratio or the actual gear tooth count of the ring and pinion gears.

Posted on: 4/24 19:01
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