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1990 chevrolet 2500 rear end substitute

I can not find a rear end for this truck it is a 14bolt 8 lug semi float and I dont really care about the gear ratio can I substitute another year for this trucks rearend

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Try Schram auto and truck parts 1-800-292-1032 they sell only GM parts and you can also try junkyarddog.com

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