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Old 01-27-2014, 11:44 PM   #11
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No problem at all, hoss! I went with Ford racing. I looked into Yukons, but I don't off road often or heavily. I had also talked to a couple mustang guys that drag race, they said they were good. I haven't had one problem.
You got a locker? And that's what I'll probably go with then cause I don't off road much either just to get to the grounds. To the op you will see huge gains man. Have you thought about 4:56s?

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You got a locker? And that's what I'll probably go with then cause I don't off road much either just to get to the grounds. To the op you will see huge gains man. Have you thought about 4:56s?
No, unfortunately I don't. That'll be my next thing. I should've done it when I did the gears, but Uncle Sam didn't refund me that much, and I was impatient. Lol I'm gonna go with the Detroit tru-trac when I do though.
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No, unfortunately I don't. That'll be my next thing. I should've done it when I did the gears, but Uncle Sam didn't refund me that much, and I was impatient. Lol I'm gonna go with the Detroit tru-trac when I do though.
Front and back? Cause that's how I want to do.
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Front and back? Cause that's how I want to do.
That's the plan! The rear will for sure get one lol
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That's the plan! The rear will for sure get one lol
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I'm running 4.10's also with true tracs. [MENTION=97549]Jacob.P93[/MENTION] you have a 5.4 so dont waste your time with trying to find 4.10's from Ford racing. I'm running Yukons. Motives wont last in the 9.75 for some odd reason.. I wen thru 2 sets before I finally went with Yukons.
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