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Old 01-15-2018, 07:49 AM
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Hey guys, new to the forum. Sorry if this is in the wrong section.

Anyways, i got an 89 f150 with a 302 and 4 speed transmission. Itís on 35ís. I planned on getting a rear from a junkyard and buying a new clutch. How do i know which clutch i need? I saw a bunch of different ones. Iím not looking for anything special but didnít know if i should upgrade for the larger tires. Same thing goes for the rear. How would i feel what i need at the junkyard? Thanks in advance.
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Hey guys, new to the forum. Sorry if this is in the wrong section.

Anyways, i got an 89 f150 with a 302 and 4 speed transmission. Itís on 35ís. I planned on getting a rear from a junkyard and buying a new clutch. How do i know which clutch i need? I saw a bunch of different ones. Iím not looking for anything special but didnít know if i should upgrade for the larger tires. Same thing goes for the rear. How would i feel what i need at the junkyard? Thanks in advance.
The axle code in my door jamb is 19, just got home and checked.
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