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Old 12-23-2012, 02:30 PM   #1
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8.8 Rear end and gears

So both of these items are for sale on CL. Would these work on my car fairly easy? Suggestions and opinions plz. And is it a good price ?

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Old 12-23-2012, 02:45 PM   #2
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Find ouf what the rear is out of first
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I asked the guy waiting for a response.
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None the gears you can also get them new on American muscle.com for 179.00 or other websites for 159.99.
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Ok but how about the rear end ? Guy hasn't responded buy how about this one ?

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Ok but how about the rear end ? Guy hasn't responded buy how about this one ?
Depends how much power you wanna make your 7.5 is good for a daly drive up to 300hp if your going to make more then 350hp I recommend you upgrade to 8.8 rear. If its a daly drive just get a Ford racing T-lok with some 3.73 for 5 speed and 4.10s for automatic.
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Ya it'll never get over 300 I just am looking for the cheapest route and the t lok gears is $6-700 w/o install on am
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well judging from it says 5.0 rearend in the ad, it's either a fox or a 94-95 gt rear, which both would be too short for your car
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yeppers...plus they'll probably be 4 lug too
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Ya it'll never get over 300 I just am looking for the cheapest route and the t lok gears is $6-700 w/o install on am
Yea then just get a t-lok and gears and use the extra money for a new def. cover
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