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915 Output flange issues ( g/b swaping)

Okay, here's my dilema...

I'm converting my 69 sporto to a 915. Box is a 915/63 with 6 bolt output flanges. I have just put brand new rear bearing in and don't really want to change wheel flanges from the 4 bolt pattern to 6 bolt.

I've done the homework with the shafts and it appears that I cannot put a 4 bolt CV on one end and a 6 bolt CV on the other as the shafts are a different diameter at the splines.

This is probably a dumb question; can I use the output flanges from the 69 sporto box and install them in the 915?

What advice can you 915 conversion gurus offer???

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This is a sad day. I can't believe what I'm reading!

(I would have done it too at some point if I had kept my car)

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