72 Skylark rear gears chewed up- HELP PLEASE

Discussion in 'Got gears?' started by Ryanjbill15, Jul 2, 2018.

  1. Ryanjbill15

    Ryanjbill15 Well-Known Member

    Here is the Comp cam sheet that was in the

    glove box for it when I assumed the car. Honestly not sure how to read it haha.
     

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  2. LARRY70GS

    LARRY70GS a.k.a. "THE WIZARD"

    Duration at .050 lift, 218*/218*, LSA 110*, degree to 106*. It's a Chevy cam adapted to a Buick. Operating range is 1500-5500 RPM. Works with all stock components. Buick engines like more exhaust duration than intake duration, a split duration cam.

    https://www.summitracing.com/parts/cca-cl92-203-4/overview/make/buick

    Might like a small converter.
     
  3. Ryanjbill15

    Ryanjbill15 Well-Known Member

    Thanks Larry appreciate it. Always learning something new.
     
  4. Ryanjbill15

    Ryanjbill15 Well-Known Member

    Another question- I pulled the axles out and once I get the new gears in can I just slide them back in? Do I use a rubber mallet to press them back into the axle tube? I ask because when I pulled them out looks like it all came out on the axle.

    Thanks
     
  5. Bigpig455

    Bigpig455 Fastest of the slow....

    seat the axle the best you can and draw the bearing seal assembly down with the plate nuts.
     
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  6. sv72skylark

    sv72skylark Steve

    I have a question I'm new to buicks as well. I have a 72 skylark with the 350. Was wondering where to get a good limited slip differential for the car?
     
  7. LARRY70GS

    LARRY70GS a.k.a. "THE WIZARD"

  8. Ryanjbill15

    Ryanjbill15 Well-Known Member

    Pm monzaz (Jim) or go to Jdrace.com

    Great prices and high quality
     
  9. BrianTrick

    BrianTrick Brian Trick

    I have reconditioned GM clutch units,new Eaton’s,and new Tru-Tracs.
     

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