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Rebuilt Mini Cooper 4 sync rod change gearbox with 3.2:1 final drive ratio.
Rebuilt gearbox. This is the pot joint rod change style gearbox with late model big idler bearing. Fitted with center oil pickup pipe. The 3.2 final drive is ideal for highway cruising. This gearbox will work with any size engine but is set up for the later style A+, large shaft diameter idler gear. This can be used with the earlier idler gear by the use of a sleeved bearing DAM3745.
Mini Cooper Gearbox Rod Change 3.2 Ratio

Mini Cooper Gearbox Rod Change 3.2 Ratio

Mini Cooper Gearbox Rod Change 3.2 Ratio
Part No: RJM1119E
$2029.98
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Classic Mini
Rebuilt Mini Cooper 4 sync rod change gearbox with 3.2:1 final drive ratio.
Rebuilt gearbox. This is the pot joint rod change style gearbox with late model big idler bearing. Fitted with center oil pickup pipe. The 3.2 final drive is ideal for highway cruising. This gearbox will work with any size engine but is set up for the later style A+, large shaft diameter idler gear. This can be used with the earlier idler gear by the use of a sleeved bearing DAM3745.
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