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Yukon Gear 8.8 in. Rear Axle Master Overhaul Kit (11-14 F-150)

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    Features & Details

    • Rear End Overhaul Kit
    • Complete Replacement Kit
    • 8.8" Ring Gear Diameter
    • High Quality Timken Bearings
    • Fits 2011-2014 F-150s with a 31 Spline Count 8.8" Differential.
    Perfect for Installs or Rebuilds.The Yukon Master Overhaul kit includes everything you need for total differential replacement. Whether you are repairing your differential or replacing it Yukon has you covered. This tailor-made kit includes Timken bearings and races, plus the highest quality seals and small parts.

    Complete Kit. Yukon have created this Master Overhaul kit to make sure you have everything you need for a differential replacement. This kit is complete with all hardware, including carrier bearings and races, pinion seal, ring gear bolts, crush sleeve, slingers, marking compound with brush, pinion bearings and races, complete shim kit, pinion nut, oil baffles and slingers, thread locking compound, and gasket.

    Application. This rear Yukon Master Overhaul Kit is specifically design to fit 2011 to 2014 Ford F-150s with a 31 spline count 8.8" Differential.

    Fitment: 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

    MPN# YK F8.8-C

    CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

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