Re: reverse damage
O sorry, didn't pay attention to who was posting. Uhm...the only thing I can see you hurting is possibly breaking the rear end and tearing up a synchro if you don't catch the gear correctly.
The 7.5 inch rear end from the factory is built without a locking differential, meaning all the power goes to one axle. This means you have more power going to that one axle than nearly any production mustang in history has going to a single axle. If you catch the gear hard enough, there is a chance of breaking the axle, leading to a rebuild of the rear end.
Not saying you're gonna break the rear end next time you do it, but there is always that chance. There are a ton of parts on my car that should have broken by now, but, the car keeps going and I'm breaking parts that shouldn't be breaking.
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