Worked for me. Use the "attachment manager" at the bottom of the reply box under "Use Full Editor"
1967 FB 400, original CA car (smog), now 455, soon to be out of Paint Jail 2006 Mustang V6 Pony, factory ordered, retirement cruiser and future classic(?) 2019 BMW X3 (Titled to the wife, but I'm always driving it for her. So I'm claiming it) Old projects, gone but not forgotten: 1980 Turbo Trans Am 1970 Mustang fastback, 351C 4Bbl, auto 1988 Mustang GT, 5 speed 1983 F-150 4x4, built 302 1994 Chevy K2500 HD 4x4, 454 TBI
I get to the "Select a File to Attach" and select that picture in my photo file. When clicking on "Select a File to Attach," the file does not appear on that screen. I've also attempted to drag the file from the file window to the attachment window without success.
This seems strange since I've attached many pictures using the same method in the past.
Won't the 3.23 gears fit the carrier that now has 4.11?
Bocoogto, I got to wondering about this. And it looks like bop 10 bolts had three carriers. One for 2.76 and lower. One for 2.94 to 3.23. And one for 3.31 and higher. That's from Hemming Motor news. Ron CME469
bocoogto, You might be able to I D the carrier by the housing (if its the stock carrier) by checking the numbers that should be near the rear and center of the drivers side axle tube. The left backing plate should also have a number on it. But to be sure, look for a number on the carrier. You'll have to take it out anyway.
I assumed you were working on a bop 8.2. If its a GM 8.5 I think the number is on the right side.Not sure. I would be interested in what you find out! Ron
I have cheap steel wheels from summit. 15"×8" with 4 1/2" backspace and I'm using 28"×9" slicks, can fit a 10" slick no problems. I have a chevy 12 bolt rear that's 62 1/2" wide axle flange to axle flange. Hope that helps