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I have a brand new set of Richmond 3.55 gears for an a6 v6 I bought and was going to install, but changed my mind.

They go for $450+ new at the cheapest place I could find, and $500+ at many supporting vendors websites, I'm asking $325 shipped FIRM.





These will fit a v6 automatic rear end ONLY. They will not fit the 2013 2LS carrier with the 2.92 gears, must have a 3.27 carrier (1LT/2LT).
 

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This is rather tempting....
I've had some tire kickers... Even held them for one guy for 2 weeks while he was out of the country... Still available.
 

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I have read that this helps a lot in the 1/4 mile. Interested, but do not have the spare funds right now.
 

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OOPS lol, didn't notice that... *BUYER* backed out.
 

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thought so :lol:
 

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Does this provide a POSI rear end for us running a V6 with split traction?
 

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No, it's just a ring and pinion... It will not fit a manual trans car, only the v6 automatic.
 

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In the thread it states they only fit the smaller A6 diff. The MT diff is the same as the V8 diffs. Lots of 3.55 gears fro them for near free from take outs to do 3.72's or 3.91's.
 
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