Eaton M62

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    #1 Whine not Walnuts, Jul 17, 2019
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    Anybody ever mounted a M62 to replace the M45?
     
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    $600 . . . . . . . .

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    Is that the M62?
     
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    That is the DDM R53 M62 Prototype Kit that will be in my garage tomorrow. It has the M45 snout so the front is a direct bolt up with a special bracket for the back portion. It was sitting on a garage shelf for over 11 years. Pulleys from the Chevy Cobalt SS are a direct install as well and range from 66 to 84 mm.
     

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