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Rancho Pro-Street Gearbox IRS

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Rancho Performance Transaxles Product

Part Code: AC300044


* This is a Special Order item. We will order it for you immediately, but it may take up to six weeks to arrive, unless it is a TMI part, which may take up to 12 weeks to arrive.



Rancho re-manufactured T1 (Beetle) IRS ''Pro-Street'' gearbox.
Fitted with 4-spider Super-Diff, heavy duty aluminium side plate, welded 3rd & 4th gear hubs, and hardened keys.
Ratios: 1st 3.80 - 2nd 2.06 - 3rd 1.26 - 4th 0.89.
Ring & Pinion = 4.125 as standard or 4.375 if requested.
Higher ratio 3.875 Ring & Pinion and 0.82 4th gear available at extra cost.

1 year parts only warranty. Terms and conditions apply.

Please note:
An additional exchange surcharge (£250+Vat) is charged at sale which is refunded on return of old unit in rebuild-able condition [This means: Be the same spec/type as supplied, be complete & assembled, have use-able ring & pinion, have no damage to case, turn-over by hand, and be drained of oil. Must include nose cone. If in doubt then please call to discuss before ordering]

Customers are advised to bear in mind when ordering that due to the age and condition of the gearbox cores that are available (remember they are all now 40+ years old) re-manufactured gearboxes will be noisier than a gearbox was when fitted new. This is due to wear and tear on some components which are not available new, this does not affect the operation of the gearbox.


Top Quality


Please specify Ring & Pinion + year\/model of vehicle (for nose cone, clutch, etc.) T2 60-67 (Splitscreen) require additional nosecone AC300SPLIT at extra cost For 3.875 Ring & Pinion add AC300R For 0.82 4th gear add AC3004th


35.5000 kg

For Vehicles

Beetle 1968-1979 | Beetle Cabrio 1968-1979 | Karmann Ghia 1968-1974 | Type 3 1968-1973

Product Questions

does this box come with a uprated clutch release arm or is that separate part?
Question by: chris on 24 Feb 2018 08:53:00
Yes it is
Answer by: Ben Pascoe (Admin) on 26 Feb 2018 14:13:00