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Old 11-21-2003, 09:53 PM   #1
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FMS 4.10 Gears

Need help Does anyone know any websites that sell FMS (Ford Motorsport) 4.10 Gears for a 7.5 rear end. I have tried every search. Thanks for any help.....
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Old 11-21-2003, 10:02 PM   #3
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http://www.extremeeffect.com/38Gears.html as well as www.differentials.com
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EE has richmond gears, not FMS
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richmond are great gears
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Zimstang, I have read that Richmond gears are whinny. Plus, I have read only but good things about FMS. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
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richmonds can whine more than others, but theyre more durable and what many racers use. but FMS can whine if not installed properly.

as long as the gears are installed correctly, they wont whine. neither FMS nor richmond.
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My FMS gears came from Terry uswed My Tlok came from West Coast differentialswww.differentials.com. They had the best price on new with the install kit
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Yeah Richmond's have straight cut gears so they d owhine more than fms
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I had US Gear Ring and Pinion Gears, no problems once they were in, but ended up costing me extra labor cause they had to take them back out and trim down some kind of pins to make them work on the FMS track lock. This was on my V6. The GT I have FMS 3.73s.
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