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Rebuilt Remote 4-Synchro Gearbox With 3.44 Ratio Final Drive  | Classic Mini

Rebuilt Remote 4-Synchro Gearbox With 3.44 Ratio Final Drive | Classic Mini

Rebuilt Remote 4-Synchro Gearbox With 3.44 Ratio Final Drive  | Classic Mini
Part No: RJH1111E
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This Item has a $350.00 core charge.
Fits the following:
Classic Mini
The last of the 'remote' style gearboxes were built for the Mini about 40 years ago! These 4 syncro gearboxes have the standard ratio gears with 3.44 final drive ratio (as per Cooper "S"). Note: Gearbox is supplied with yoke outputs if using original style axles, or you may upgrade to Pot-joint outputs and inner CV-joint axles or even Hardy Spicer "S" outputs. Let your salesperson know which you prefer when ordering.

The differential housing is the standard Mini type diff housing (four bolts connect from the bottom to the remote extension). These transmissions are 'built to order', as parts are available only.

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